Ellen Horan

REVIEWS--Here's what they are saying!It’s not easy to breathe life into real-life characters, especially when quoting their words extensively from reported sources, but Cunningham and Clinton live on the page as freshly as if they had stepped, newly minted, from Horan’s vivid imagination.” —Washington Post “This is a gripping, elegantly written, and brilliantly researched legal thriller, but it is more than that: 31 Bond Street illuminates a critical period of our history with sharp insights into sex, class, and politics. Don’t miss it.” —Joe Conason, New York Times bestselling author of The Hunting of the President and Big Lies “31 Bond Street works as both historical fiction and courtroom drama. Add in the actuality of the event, and you have a trifecta of a historical crime story in the hands of a skilled writer.” —San Francisco Book Review BIOEllen Horan was raised in Philadelphia and New York. After her undergraduate degree, where she studied painting and history, she lived in France for a year while working as an au pair and studying studio art. She remained abroad for a second year after obtaining a grant to live and paint in the South of France. She returned to New York City and worked for photographers and photo agencies. She maintained an art studio while continuing to work freelance as a photo editor for magazines and books. She has worked on staff and in a freelance capacity for many publications, including Vanity Fair, Vogue, House & Garden, Forbes, and ARTnews, as well as for book publishers.After marrying and becoming the mother of an adopted daughter, she turned her attention to writing, She continues to live in downtown Manhattan, the setting of her first novel, 31 Bond Street.



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