Ellen Marie Wiseman
Instant New York Times Bestseller!
For fans of The Girls with No Names, The Silent Patient, and Girl, Interrupted, the New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan Collector blends fact, fiction, and the urban legend of Cropsey in 1970s New York, as mistaken identities lead to a young woman's imprisonment at Willowbrook State School, the real state-run institution that Geraldo Rivera would later expose
The breakout novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan Collector, What She Left Behind weaves together riveting stories of past and present, exploring the strength of women in two different times as they face adversity in two very different ways. Go inside the horrifying walls of a 1920s New York asylum as a wrongly imprisoned woman fights for what...
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"A powerful, poignant novel."
—In Touch, Grade A
From the internationally bestselling author of The Orphan Collector comes a beautifully written and moving tale of family secrets and the importance of a...
—Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Girls of Paris
From the internationally bestselling author of The Orphan Collector comes a haunting and lyrical tale of love and humanity in a time of unthinkable horror....
"Filadelfia, 1918. Una ciudad devastada por la gripe española, una Guerra Mundial que no da tregua y una niña de trece años abandonada a su suerte que luchará por sobrevivir. Otoño de 1918. Pía Lange es una niña de trece años, hija de inmigrantes alemanes, que vive en las abarrotadas calles de la Filadelfia marginal, donde el sentimiento antialemán es tal que su padre se ve obligado a alistarse en el ejército para demostrar así...
10) Coal River
This eye-opening novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan Collector delivers "a spot-on portrayal of a dark time in American history" (Historical Novel Society, Editor's Choice).
Ellen Marie Wiseman draws readers into the Pennsylvania mining operations of the early 20th century—where children had no choice but to work in deadly conditions . . . or face starvation.