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Birgitte Märgen

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October 2018


Birgitte  Märgen is a groundbreaking author whose eclectic style of writing is known to cross over many genres. Whether she is writing about a serial killer, a pandemic, or mental illness, she tackles topics that are relevant today. Her writing has been featured in Mystery & Suspense Magazine online and her books include the The Puritan, the bone-chilling thriller The Red Death, and the gothic fairytale,  Evie and the Upside-Down World of Nevermore. She lives in the mountains with her family.

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The Red Death

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THE PURITAN: A Serial Kille...

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3.36 avg rating — 22 ratings — published 2019 — 2 editions
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ART IMITATES LIFE- Mystery & Suspense Magazine

Enjoy my new article for Mystery & Suspense Magazine, Art Imitates Life: Mysteries and Thrillers Inspired by Real People or Events.

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“Snow.
It has a way of hiding things.
Everything seems pure, covered in a layer of white.
Until you dig underneath and find the gray, ugly truth.”
Birgitte Märgen, The Puritan

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One Million Pages...: Whisper's one million pages 63 128 Jan 03, 2021 02:09PM  
“Snow.
It has a way of hiding things.
Everything seems pure, covered in a layer of white.
Until you dig underneath and find the gray, ugly truth.”
Birgitte Märgen, The Puritan




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