It’s 1978. In the wake of a baffling double murder, a Columbia University professor is drawn into an intrigue that harks back to the beginnings of the Cold War — and forced to confront the truth about her family and history as we know it. Susan Bacon’s award-winning debut novel pays homage to the classic political thrillers of the 1970s. Critics have called it “riveting,” “fresh and eye-opening” and “a pleasure to read.”
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Susan Bacon is an author, former journalist, award-winning copywriter and a ghost writer whose credits include an international bestseller. A graduate of Barnard College, she grew up in Delaware, and has lived in New York, Washington, DC, and Memphis, Tennessee. Her debut novel, THE HISTORY TEACHER, won a Silver Medal in the 2020 Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) competition for Best Regional Fiction.