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BBNYA Spotlight – The Anarchist’s Wife by Margo Laurie

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Today is day thirty-one of the BBNYA 2023 spotlight tours! Today I’m shining the spotlight on The Anarchist’s Wife by Margo Laurie. In case you missed it, here’s yesterday’s spotlight on Straight River by Chris Norbury.

Thank you to the BBNYA team for putting the media kits together for the spotlight tours.

Keep reading to find out if The Anarchist’s Wife by Margo Laurie is a book you want to add to your TBR!

Title: The Anarchist’s Wife
Author: Margo Laurie
Age Category: Adult
Genre: Historical Fiction, Women’s Fiction
Length: 180 Pages
Published: October 24, 2022
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In 1920, anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were accused of a robbery and double murder at a factory in Massachusetts. The case became one of the most notorious miscarriages of justice of the twentieth century.

The Anarchist’s Wife is a poignant historical fiction novella which reimagines this American tragedy from the perspective of Rosa Sacco. Her husband was likely innocent of the crime he was accused of, but his possible involvement in anarchist violence was a murkier question.

Margo Laurie studied history at university and is a member of the RNA’s New Writers’ Scheme. She is the author of the Christmas ghost story New York Miracle and the historical fiction novella The Anarchist’s Wife about the 1920s Sacco-Vanzetti case. She lives in the North West.

BBNYA is a yearly competition where book bloggers from all over the world read and score books written by indie authors, ending with 15 finalists and one overall winner.

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