Andromeda Romano-Lax is a book coach and author of five novels translated into 11 languages, including The Spanish Bow, A NYT Editors' Choice, and Annie and the Wolves (Feb 2021), set in Minnesota and selected by Oprah Magazine as one of 2021's "Best and Most Anticipated Historical Novels." Born in Chicago, she lived in Alaska, Taiwan and Mexico before settling on a small island in British Columbia, Canada.
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A modern-day historian finds her life intertwined with Annie Oakley's in an electrifying novel that explores female revenge and the allure of changing one's past.
From the author of the Spanish Bow, comes a lush harrowing novel based on the real life story of Rosalie Raynor Watson,one of the most controversial scientists- and mothers-of the 20th century.
Ernst Vogler is twenty-six years old in 1938 when he is sent to Rome by his employer-the Third Reich's Sonderprojekte, which is collecting the great art of Europe and bringing it to Germany for the Fuhrer. A brief trip in beautiful Italy will change Vogler's life forever.
The Spanish Bow is a haunting fugue of music, politics and passion set against half a century of Spanish history, from the tail end of the nineteenth century up trough the Spanish Civil War and World War II.
In a tour-de-force tapestry of science fiction and historical fiction, Andromeda Romano-Lax presents a story set in Japan and Taiwan that spans a century of empire, conquest, progress, and destruction.