Books by Eileen Charbonneau

WALTZING IN RAGTIME by Eileen Charbonneau
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"Still, Charbonneau has the strength of sentimental involvement and worthy concerns, reminding one repeatedly of the tireless romantic homilies of Howard Fast."
Successful YA author Charbonneau's first adult novel, set in San Francisco and environs in the first years of the 20th century, is a tumble of old timey romance (po' man, both uneducated and noble, and proud rich man's daughter); murders and assaults; adventures in bed; triumphs in healing; and scenes of crime and uplift in the city. Read full book review >
HONOR TO THE HILLS by Eileen Charbonneau
Released: Jan. 1, 1996

"As the family has settled at Stony Clove, so has Charbonneau's writing matured, making poetry of the glances between lovers and kin, bonding spiritual elements with realistic ones in the atmospheric mountain setting. (Fiction. 12+)"
Now patriarch of a loud and loving Catskills clan, Asher Woods is back—and so is the ghost of Sally Hamilton—in this stunning third novel in the saga that began with The Ghosts of Stony Clove (1988). Read full book review >