Gini Grossenbacher, Writer -  Historical Fiction & Book Reviews
On the HMS Victory, Portsmouth, United Kingdom 
Series #1:
"Of Sin and Substance": 19th century America. Women rise despite dire circumstances.
Madam of My Heart
 1850's Baltimore, New Orleans, San Francisco. A seasoned gambler tosses the coin to win the attention of an abandoned seamstress in a coin toss. She knows nothing of his world, but she is soon to find out, like it or not.  A passionate  love story based on historical fact.

Series #2:
"Women Undercover": Follows the incredible stories of women spies, both inside and outside the U.S. during WWII.

The Embassy Pearls
1941 Washington, D.C. An ambassador's wife goes undercover to lure men into divulging secret intelligence from their foreign embassies. In the meantime, she falls in love with one of them. Surprising twists and turns, based on historical events.


Book Reviews 
Historical Novels Review

Writing Workshops:

Readings and Presentations of works in progress for large and small groups
Luna's Cafe
Franklin Library
Historical Novel Society
Founder: Elk Grove  Writers  & Artists (an Amherst Writers & Artists Affiliate)
Member: Amador Fiction Writers' Critique Group
Member: Native Daughters of the Golden West
Professional Affiliations:
California Writer's Club, Sacramento Branch 
Historical Novel Society, NorCal Branch
Amador Fiction Writers' Critique Group
Founder:  Gini's Writers of Elk Grove  (an Amherst Writers & Artists Affiliate)
Native Daughter of the Golden West

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