Erika Robuck

The House of Hawthorne

By Erika Robuck - Published 2015

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Biographical Fiction

Erika Robuck has built her career on dramatizing the lives of America’s artistic greats. In The House of Hawthorne, she delves into ...Read Review

Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion

By Alyson Richman - By Amanda Hodgkinson - By Erika Robuck - By Jenna Blum - By Karen White - By Kristina McMorris - By Melanie Benjamin - By Pam Jenoff - By Sarah Jio - By Sarah McCoy - Published 2014Published 2014-07-01

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Short Stories

This collection of ten stories is remarkably varied, though they all speak of the same date and place in history: September 21, 1945 at Grand ...Read Review

Fallen Beauty

By Erika Robuck - Published 2014

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

This novel, set in the 1930s in upstate New York, tells the story of the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Laura Kelly, ...Read Review

Call Me Zelda

By Erika Robuck - Published 2013

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Psychiatric nurse Anna Howard is in awe of her newest patient at Phipps Psychiatric Clinic in Baltimore, Maryland. Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of famed ...Read Review

Hemingway’s Girl

By Erika Robuck - Published 2012

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Ernest “Papa” Hemingway seems to hold perennial fascination for other writers, and this novel is woven around his time in Key West during ...Read Review