Picture the Dead by Adele Griffin, Lisa Brown


Picture the Dead by Adele Griffin, Lisa Brown

When Daphne Duvallon left her native New Orleans for New York, she vowed never to return. But a hasty visit for her brother's wedding becomes a rendezvous with destiny, leading her to Simon Hopkins - a renowned nature photographer with dark secrets of his own - and showing Daphne that she can never run away from the past. Award winning, bestselling Ciji Ware has sold over 1 million books. Original edition was on the LA Times bestsellers list and sold over 50,000 copies and is now available for the first time in over a decade. Ware is known for her historical accuracy and fascinating interweaving of real-life historical figures, especially powerful and forgotten women, with a complex and intriguing love story, giving readers both history and romance intertwined.


Picture the Dead is an absorbing and richly atmospheric piece of young adult historical fiction.

About the Author

Ciji Ware is an Emmy Award-winning journalist with tremendous media savvy and charisma in addition to being an author of historical fiction novels. She has appeared on the Today show to promote her books, and continues to be highly involved with her own projects in the television and film industries. She lives with her husband in San Francisco.

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272 pages


Adele Griffin, Lisa Brown
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Publication date

22nd March 2012



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