What People Are Saying

As John Ruskin said:
“All books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour, and the books of all time.”

Slow but lovingly crafted and complex; a nightstand book for lovers of Wuthering Heights and Bleak House.”

Kirkus Reviews

‘. . . a wonderful story reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca . . . Rosen is a masterful storyteller, grabbing the reader’s attention by the end of the prologue, then slowly revealing the story out of chronological order and in distinct stages, making this novel difficult to
put aside until its suspenseful conclusion.” 5 Stars

San Francisco Book Review

“Rosen creates a remarkable and refreshing suspense thriller in A Man of Genius, her debut novel.”

585 Magazine

“…reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier and Emily Brontë with its evocative literary quality. . . . a lyrical contemporary novel with Gothic elements addressing themes of morality, memory, guilt, and hubris while providing unremitting suspense for the reader.”

Huffington Post

“It is definitely a book to read multiple times . . . Lynn Rosen presents a brilliant novel with a complex moral and personal issues at the center. It includes characters, scope, and voice that make you forget this is a literary debut. Definite must-read for thoughtful fans of literary fiction and for book clubs!”

Bookish Thinking (Goodreads)