A new review of Mistress of the Revolution

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First I wish to apologize for a longer than usual silence. I spent the Holy Week and Easter in Los Angeles, and personal concerns have kept me from writing for the past few days.

Friends had warned me that Los Angeles had been hard hit by the recession, but I didn’t expect to find my hometown so changed in the few months that have elapsed since my last stay. The Downtown business district seems to have fallen into a deep sleep, and food is many times more expensive than in usually pricier Paris. How do people manage, when faced with dwindling incomes and job losses? Hopefully Los Angeles will pull out of this slump before long and return to its vibrant self.

On a happier note, I want to thank Danya at Night Owl Romance for this wonderful review: “Catherine Delors has established herself at the forefront of historical
novelists with her book Mistress of the Revolution. With believable
characters, a well-crafted plot line and fast-paced writing, Delors has
penned a novel that quickly grasps the reader’s attention. This was one
of the most riveting and intriguing looks at the French revolution… With her eye to detail and
description, Delors will quickly become a household name for historical
fiction.”

What can I say, Danya, beyond a heartfelt thank you? And may you be right on this prediction… Which reminds me I have to complete at long last those final edits of For The King.

And I will go back to the story of the Tuileries tomorrow!

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