The path from chick lit to historical fiction was a natural one says Karin Tanabe, author of “The Diplomat’s Daughter” (Atria Books, 2017), set at a Texas internment camp and in the Pacific theater during World War II. “I missed research,” explains the formal journalist, and writing the book provided her the opportunity to do a lot of it.
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Karin Tanabe’s Vassar-set novel, The Gilded Years, brings a little-known historical figure to life. If you’re looking for a book to throw into your beach bag this summer, look no further than Karin Tanabe’s The...
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