Christi Phillips is the author of The Rossetti Letter, which has been translated into six foreign languages, and The Devlin Diaries. Her research combines a few of her favorite things: old books, libraries, and travel. When she's not rummaging around in an archive or exploring the historic heart of a European city, she lives with her husband in the San Francisco Bay Area.
"Intricate, intriguing, "The Devlin Diary" is deliciously
absorbing. Read it obsessively -- it's a story that will wrap you
in laughter and tears." -- Perri O'Shaughnessy, "New York Times"
"Lyrically written, "The Devlin Diary" introduces two of the most witty, gifted, and resourceful heroines you will find between the covers of one book." -- Stephanie Cowell, author of "Marrying Mozart"
"Phillips's command of period detail and her sure touch with emotional relationships help make this a standout." -- "Publishers Weekly", starred review
"This engrossing tale might have been a page turner for me except that I found myself lingering on every fascinating period detail Christi Phillips lavished on this first-class historical mystery." -- Anne Easter Smith, author of "The King's Grace"