We’re excited to launch March’s book vote brought to you by HTP Books, and we want you to get to know the authors behind the books in this month’s vote. Meet Tova Friedman, Madeline Martin, Onyi Nwabineli, and Adele Parks.
The Daughter of Auschwitz by Tova Friedman
Tova Friedman is one of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz and uses her vivid memories to write and speak against anti-Semitism and prejudice. She taught at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was the director of a nonprofit social service agency for twenty-five years, and continues to work as a therapist. She has four children and eight grandchildren.
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The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin
Madeline Martin is a USA TODAY bestselling author of historical romance novels filled with twists and turns, adventure, steamy romance, empowered heroines and the men who are strong enough to love them.
Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli
Onyi Nwabineli is a Nigerian British head-wrap aficionado. Born in Benin, Nigeria, she grew up in Glasgow, the Isle of Man and Newcastle, and now lives in London. Onyi is the cofounder of Surviving Out Loud, a fund that provides fiscal support for survivors of sexual assault, and the founder of Black Pens (black-pens.com), a writing retreat for Black womxn. Someday, Maybe is her debut novel.
One Last Secret by Adele Parks
Adele Parks was born in Teesside, North East England. Her first novel, Playing Away, was published in 2000, and since then she’s had seventeen international bestsellers, translated into twenty-six languages. She’s been an ambassador for The Reading Agency and a judge for the Costa Book Awards, and is a keen supporter of The National Literary Trust. She’s lived in Italy, Botswana and London and is now settled in Guildford, Surrey, with her husband, son and cat.