Ruth Hull Chatlien’s The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte has won first place in the Chaucer Awards 2014, Turn of the 19th Century category. The book will go on to compete for the Chaucer Awards Grand Prize, to be announced in September.
Congratulations to Ruth for this terrific honor!
The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte on Huff Post Books, part of ‘Stereotype-Busting Women In Historical Fiction’: “…a heart-wrenching high drama.”
Bone Box well-received by Fran Lewis of Just Reviews: “…will mystify, entrance, enthrall and captive readers.”
The Mystery at Sag Bridge book release party is this Sunday 26 April at Smokey Row Antiques. Visit the Smokey Row Facebook page or Pat Camalliere’s site for more information.
Update: Pat Camalliere interviewed by Dan Farnham of Suburban Life. Full interview on AmikaPress.com.
Ruth Hull Chatlien, author of The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte, has two upcoming events in March. First is at the Tinley Park Public Library, Monday 23 March at 7 pm. Then she’ll be at the Huntley Area Public Library, Saturday 28 March 28 at 10 am. Excellent opportunities to meet the author of this award-winning debut novel.
You can find Ruth here or on Facebook for more information.