We’re thrilled that The Murderer’s Maid: A Lizzie Borden Novel has hit stores! You can now read about Bridget Sullivan, Irish servant to Lizzie Borden and her unfortunate parents, and Brooke, barista and true crime fanatic with a mysterious past, in this book that Kirkus Reviews called “a complex and riveting parallax view of domestic crimes.”
Not convinced? Here are some other things people are saying about The Murderer’s Maid:
If The Murderer’s Maid: A Lizzie Borden Novel doesn’t win an award from some professional writers’ organization, there is no justice or judgement in the world of writers.
D. R. Meredith, New York Journal of Books
Erika Mailman’s kaleidoscopic narrative melds true crime, historical fiction, and elements of a psychological thriller, all hinging on a singular question: “Who isn’t a survivor from the wreckage of childhood?”
Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers, Foreword Reviews
Fascinating, mesmerizing, and so darkly atmospheric that you keep looking over your shoulder as you read.
Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series
So Many Books, So Little Time
Kathy Sexton, Booklist Online
Erika Mailman weaves a story that is by turns poignant, compelling, and murderously suspenseful.
Kathleen Kent, author of The Heretic’s Daughter
100 Pages a Day