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Elizabeth C. BunceElizabeth C. Bunce decided to become a writer at age 15, and since then has never seriously considered any other career path. She studied literature and anthropology in college, where she developed a deep respect for traditional storytelling — myths, folktales, and legends. These sources continue to influence her work. A native Midwesterner, Elizabeth lives just outside Kansas City with her husband and her dogs. Here’s Elizabeth C. Bunce’s website.


StarCrossed: Exciting political fantasy for YAs and adults

StarCrossed by Elizabeth C. Bunce

StarCrossed starts with a bang. Digger, a young thief, has just escaped capture and turns up alone and breathless at the place she was supposed to meet her sweetheart and fellow thief, Tegen. But as she goes over the night’s events in her mind, she realizes Tegen didn’t get away and is probably dead. Afraid of getting caught herself, Digger takes her first opportunity to get out of the city. That opportunity comes in the form of four teenage aristocrats in a pleasure boat.

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Liar’s Moon: An exhilarating read

Liar’s Moon by Elizabeth C. Bunce

Digger, a.k.a. Celyn Contrare, is back in the city of Gerse. Following a strange series of events, she learns that her friend Durrel Decath stands accused of murdering his wife, a woman from one of Gerse’s wealthiest merchant families. Digger sets out to clear Durrel’s name, even though, as she puts it, “I had no experience investigating crimes; committing them, yes, but never reconstructing them, piece by piece, backward in time.” What follows is an exciting whodunit… with magic.

In addition to the mystery,

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