of mysteries and historical fiction
Marian Exall is an award-winning author of mysteries and historical fiction. She grew up in England, and lived in France and Belgium before moving to the United States where she raised a family and pursued a career as a lawyer. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Exall’s World War II family saga took First Place in the 2021 CIBA book awards for Twentieth Century Wartime Fiction and is slated for publication in February 2024 by The Wild Rose Press.
Read more about the Dutch diplomat who saved the lives of more than 2,200 Jewish refugees in Lithuania.
The Sarah McKinney Mystery Series
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Edith Zwartendijk was twelve years old in 1939 when her father Jan Zwartendijk reluctantly accepted the post of Dutch Consul in Kaunas, Lithuania. She remembers him working late into the night to issue over 2,300 visas to Curaçao, a Dutch colony in the Caribbean,...
Lazy days with extended family; watching the cows in the meadow lumber down to the river; browsing local village markets…
After publishing A Splintered Step, the third book in the Sarah McKinney Mystery series, in late 2018, I became absorbed in my current project, a World War 2 novel that requires far more research and revision than the mysteries. However, before submerging...
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