“…the rare author who can blend wonder and suspense.”
–Emily Carpenter, bestselling author of Until the Day I Die
Karen is the author of The Forgetting Flower, a literary thriller set in Paris, and Song of the Tree Hollow, a mystery with a touch of magic set in Seattle. As a certified horticulturalist, she’s fascinated by plants and aims to highlight their amazing nature through stories. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, kids, and dog, Olive.
“Superb characters and alluring prose make for a truly exceptional read.”–Kirkus Reviews
Renia starts a new life in Paris but gets sucked into the dark underworld of her past because of a dangerous plant. Its amnesiac flowers are in high demand. As she struggles against blackmarket mobsters, she must fight not only to save the plant, but her sister and herself.
“A book that combines love, family, nature, and magic … a beautiful story.”–Goodreads Reviewer
Vero LeClaire returns home to help care for her sick cat Sophie while her mom’s in rehab. But when Sophie leads her to a mysterious tree in the woods, Vero unravels the clues to a dark secret kept hidden in her family for years.
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