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Laura L. Sullivan

Biography

Laura L. Sullivan

Laura L. Sullivan is a former newspaper editor, biologist, social worker and deputy sheriff who writes because that’s the easiest way to do everything in the world. She lives in the woods of Kentucky with her loved ones. This is her first novel.

Laura L. Sullivan

Books by Laura L. Sullivan

by Adam Shankman and Laura L. Sullivan - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Historical Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Young Adult 12+

After being framed for attempted murder, Lulu Kelly has earned a rest. Unfortunately, there is no rest in Hollywood for a rising starlet. Lulu and her boyfriend Freddie are invited to posh Hearst Castle, where Lulu will be competing against other young actresses for the role of a lifetime. After a rival actress is found dead under the dining room table, Lulu makes it her mission to solve the mystery. As the clues pile up, Lulu and Freddie race to find the killer, even as Lulu becomes the next target.

by Adam Shankman and Laura L. Sullivan - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Historical Romance, Historical Thriller, Mystery, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Suspense, Thriller, Young Adult 12+

Not too long ago, Lucille O’Malley was living in a tenement in New York. Now she’s Lulu Kelly, Hollywood’s newest It Girl. She may be a star, but she worries that her past will catch up with her. Freddie van der Waals, the only son of a New York tycoon, abandoned his billions and became a vagabond. He travels the country in search of redemption and a new identity, but his father will stop at nothing to bring him home. When fate brings Lulu and Freddie together, sparks fly and Lulu finds herself framed for attempted murder. Can they escape their pasts and finally find the Hollywood ending they long for?

by Laura L. Sullivan - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Young Adult 12+

In 1938, Germany is no place for a half-Jewish girl, so teenage cabaret singer Hannah goes to the grand country estate of Starkers, where she expects to be received as a distant relative. British bombshell Anna is supposed to enter the household as a kitchen maid and spy for her father’s Nazi sympathizer friends. But there’s a mix-up. When Anna is introduced as family and Hannah is banished to the kitchen, the novel erupts into a delightful and suspenseful comedy of errors. Romance, history and philosophy sparkle and waltz in this brilliant book.

by Laura L. Sullivan - Romance, Young Adult 12+

Opening-night jitters are nothing new for seventeen-year-old Phil and her sister Fee, who come from a centuries-old line of stage illusionists. But in the aftermath of the Blitz they’re shipped off to the countryside, away from the bombs and Nazis. Phil, however, wants to fight for her country, and she’ll risk anything to give her country a fighting chance, even if it means losing her heart ...or her life.