Author Q and A with Ellen Horan
Author Q&A / March 25, 2011

Ellen Horan wrote “31 Bond Street” and she was kind enough to answer a few questions for me. I was very interested in the amazing research she did for the book. As it turned out she wrote an essay about it

Book Review: 31 Bond Street by Ellen Horan
4 Stars , Fiction / March 24, 2011

I got this book for free as part of the TLC Book Tour promotion. The publisher has made available one (1) copy of “31 Bond Street” to be given out- enter at the end of the post My rating for 31 Bond Street – 4 About: “31 Bond Street” by Ellen Horan (website | Facebook)  is a historical fiction novel taking place in 1857 New York City. The book follows the notorious trial of Emma Cunningham for the murder of her landlord Dr. Harvey Burdell, a famous dentist. 352 pages Publisher: Harper ISBN: 9780061773969 Purchase “31 Bond Street” through the ManOfLaBook affiliate account on: Amazon |Book Depository US | Book Depository UK The townhouse at 31 Bond Street Thoughts: “31 Bond Street” by Ellen Horan is an enjoyable book which, for me, was hard to categorize. It is a bit historical fiction, a bit a mystery and a bit court room drama – I guess a legal mystery might fit the bill. The story is actually based on an actual murder case from 1857 and several of the characters are people who actually lived and were involved. Yet several others are not – Ms. Horan makes it clear who’s who…

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