Biography

Lynn Cullen

Lynn Cullen is the author of THE CREATION OF EVE, named among the best fiction books of 2010 by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and chosen as an April 2010 Indie Next selection. She is also the author of numerous award-winning books for children, including the young adult novel I AM REMBRANDT’S DAUGHTER, which was a 2007 Barnes & Noble “Discover Great New Writers” selection and an ALA Best Book of 2008. She now lives in Atlanta with her husband, their dog, and two unscrupulous cats.

Lynn Cullen

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Books by Lynn Cullen

by Lynn Cullen - Biography, Friendship , History, Nonfiction, Writing

In March of 1909, Mark Twain cheerfully blessed the wedding of his private secretary, Isabel V. Lyon, and his business manager, Ralph Ashcroft. One month later, he fired both. He proceeded to write a ferocious 429-page rant about the pair, calling Isabel “a liar, a forger, a thief, a hypocrite, a drunkard, a sneak, a humbug, a traitor, a conspirator, a filthy-minded and salacious slut pining for seduction.” Twain and his daughter, Clara Clemens, then slandered Isabel in the newspapers, erasing her nearly seven years of devoted service to their family. How did Lyon go from being the beloved secretary who ran Twain’s life to a woman he was determined to destroy?

by Lynn Cullen - Fiction, Historical Fiction

Frances Osgood’s life is already complicated when she meets Edgar Allan Poe. Admiration, quickly followed by deep attraction, sends the two on a strange journey. Knowing they can’t have what their hearts both want, they deny their love and yet find themselves in a very complicated relationship that neither knows how to get out of --- or if they even want out.

by Lynn Cullen - Fiction, Historical Fiction

Princess Juana of Castile knows she may never inherit the Spanish crown, but she also is aware of her royal duty --- to marry and produce heirs. She begins her arranged marriage not knowing what to expect. But when circumstances change dramatically, Juana finds herself queen, and rumors of madness begin to circulate.