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Christina Dudley

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Christina Dudley is the author of novels The Beresfords, Everliving, Mourning Becomes Cassandra and MBC's sequel The Littlest Doubts, as well as Zola-award-winning children's picture book Mia and the Magic Cupcakes. Her latest venture is a series of traditional Regency romances called The Hapgoods of Bramleigh, of which THE NATURALIST is the first and A VERY PLAIN YOUNG MAN the second.

When not writing novels, Christina Dudley can be found helping other authors, crashing local book clubs, acting in Sunday school skits, and speaking for love or money to any large group that will have her. She also stuffs herself blogging for the Bellevue (WA) Farmers Market as the UrbanFarmJunkie. If you're a budding writer yourself, Christina would love to w
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Average rating: 3.66 · 533 ratings · 119 reviews · 7 distinct worksSimilar authors
Mourning Becomes Cassandra

3.70 avg rating — 172 ratings — published 2009 — 3 editions
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Everliving

3.22 avg rating — 178 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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The Littlest Doubts

4.08 avg rating — 63 ratings — published 2010 — 3 editions
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The Beresfords

3.85 avg rating — 48 ratings — published 2012 — 2 editions
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The Naturalist (The Hapgood...

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This took me forever, only because the book got sucked back off my Kindle before I could finish, and I had to wait until my hold came in again. Interesting to read Bryson's impressions of Australia on the heels of BARBARIAN DAYS: A SURFING LIFE (or w ...more
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The absorbing story of a teenage track star who fell into a depression her freshman year at Penn and committed suicide. I was disappointed that, finally, there was only conjecture about "what made Maddy run," and could've done without interjections a ...more
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Christina Dudley D.M. wrote: "Took a spin through the Kirkland library yesterday, and what should I see on display? A Very Plain Young Man was nestled snuggly on the shelf, creased and well-loved. Made my heart happy. :)"

Who knew? I wasn't aware the library even had a copy!

My sister and I used to love going to the Santa Clara library and checking out a modest stack of Regency romances. :)


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D.M. Took a spin through the Kirkland library yesterday, and what should I see on display? A Very Plain Young Man was nestled snuggly on the shelf, creased and well-loved. Made my heart happy. :)


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