Eve Karlin's Latest Book: Track 61
Trust is risky.
Midnight, June 13, 1942: Peter Burger stands on a foggy beach, ears primed as a submarine hull scrapes the sandy sea bottom. He has endured seventeen months in a Gestapo prison and seventeen days on a Nazi U-boat only to have landed on American shores with six boxes of explosives and no escape.
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Eve Karlin's First Release: City of Liars and Thieves
Love, death, and Manhattan's first great murder mystery
A crime that rocked a city. A case that stunned a nation. Based on the United States' first recoreded murder trial, Eve Karlin's spellbinding debut novel recreates early nineteenth-century New York City, where a love affair ends in a brutal murdr and a conspiracy involving Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr erupts in shattering violence.
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When I wrote my first book, City of Liars and Thieves, I was a bit spooked to learn that the two-hundred-year-old murder that so fascinated me occurred steps away from where I once lived.
I had the creeping sense that my discovery was not entirely chance. Was the victim reaching out, imploring me to share her story? For my second novel, Track 61, I was determined to unearth another story that conjured that same eerie curiosity. I wasn't prepared to find more ghosts on my doorstep.