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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The best historical fiction effortlessly transports you to another time and place. Karlin creates a love story between Peter and Grete, rich in complication and heartbreak, which will grab you from the beginning and keep you guessing until the end. And maybe best of all, you'll never again walk through New York's Grand Central Terminal and not wonder about its secretive, subterranean backstory.

Amanda M. Fairbanks, author of "The Lost Boys of Montauk"
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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The story of

Eve Karlin

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.

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