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Kate Moore
A native Californian, Kate studied English Lit near Boston and returned to California to teach generations of high school students, who are now her Facebook friends, while she not-so-secretly penned Romances. In Kate's stories honorable, edgy loners meet warm, practical women who draw them into a... show more



A native Californian, Kate studied English Lit near Boston and returned to California to teach generations of high school students, who are now her Facebook friends, while she not-so-secretly penned Romances. In Kate's stories honorable, edgy loners meet warm, practical women who draw them into a circle of love whether in Regency London or contemporary California. A Golden Heart, Golden Crown, and Book Buyers Best winner and three-time RITA finalist, Kate lives north of San Francisco with her surfer husband, their yellow Lab, a Pack 'n Play for visiting grandbabies, and miles of crowded bookshelves.

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TeaStitchRead
TeaStitchRead rated it 3 years ago
I was not aware of this part of early 20th century American history until I saw a couple of people reading this book. Looking at the list of people in the book was a bit daunting, but you can easily keep them straight in your head while reading the book. The descriptions of the women's maladies were...
Words of a Bibliophile
Words of a Bibliophile rated it 3 years ago
This book takes on an important historical topic in relation to occupational health and safety, but the writing isn't as engaging as I would have liked. The tone sometimes veers towards the sentimental and melodramatic, perhaps in an attempt to make the story more personal, or maybe it was influence...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 3 years ago
This one was kind of hard to rate. I enjoyed reading The Radium Girls, for the most part, and I found it to be informative. I had a few vague notions about their history, but didn't have much more than that so I did appreciate the detail that went into the background,the subsequent court cases, and...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 3 years ago
Lucy inherited her father's inn after his death. She is content to live, work, and care for Adam, a blind elderly man. But, her friends, believe she should sell the inn and get married. Enter Harry, ex-military, now spy. He is tasked with finding out Adam's story (after 20 years).This one was okay. ...
Jammies' books
Jammies' books rated it 4 years ago
The first thing I did after finishing this book was text a note to my brother, a worker's comp attorney, thanking him for what he does. The second thing I am going to do is recommend this to everyone I know. One caveat, if you're going to read this book, you need a strong stomach. What happened t...
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