Passion and power, intrigue and betrayal, love and romance, ÉMILIE’S VOICE has it all… Well written and researched, with plots, subplots, and counterplots to keep the reader turning the pages, musicologist Susanne Dunlap’s debut novel is an entertaining and vivid portrayal of the period.
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Beautifully, lyrically written, I was enthralled by LISZT'S KISS from the first page. Ms. Dunlap is a strong voice in today’s historical fiction.
[THE MUSICIAN'S DAUGHTER] …a gutsy, sympathetic heroine who remains true to her friends, in a fast-paced historical adventure that offers a hint of romance.
Dunlap persuasively inhabits the thoughts and emotions of her embattled protagonist; her magnetic reimagining of ANASTASIA’s story has the potential to reach a broad audience.
Molly’s exceptionally authentic and appealing character powers this well-crafted novel…Overall, [IN THE SHADOW OF THE LAMP] is an honorable homage and an absorbing read.
[THE ACADEMIE] Dunlap’s intricate plot darts among the first-person narratives of Eliza, Caroline, Hortense, and Madeleine. The elegant work of historical fiction is laced with fluttery romances, psychological games, and surprises.
“What a delight to be in the world of 18th century Vienna again [in The Mozart Conspiracy] with the young violinist Theresa Maria Schurman solving another mystery. A rich, engrossing story!”
Stephanie CowellAuthor of MARRYING MOZART
[Listen to the Wind is] A complex, absorbing, and dramatic start to a planned series.
[Voices in the Mist is] A wonderful and moving story, well written with great characterizations. A mother-in-law from hell, a naive young girl, and a wealthy suitor who is unable to truly loosen his mother’s grip on his future. You will cheer at the ending but wish for more. Absolutely excellent.