CARTIER'S HOPE



"I'm a long-time fan and MJ Rose never disappoints. With crisp, addictive prose, Cartier's Hope gives readers a smart, compelling heroine trying to make a career in a man's profession while unraveling family scandals at the same time. A beautiful tale with tantalizing twists." Stephanie Dray, NYT Bestselling author of America's First Daughter

"A twisting tale of greed, revenge, and masked identities that put love and lives at risk...that shines with as much intrigue and mystery as the Hope Diamond itself."†New York Times bestseller Kristina McMorris,†Sold on a Monday

"Nobody conjures up historical mystery like M.J. Rose, and this brilliant, absorbing novel has it all, immersing readers in an unforgettable world that beguiles to the final page. Rose proves once again that her superb storytelling and powerful prose are second to none." —New York Times bestseller, Beatriz Williams, The Golden Hour

"Perfectly melds fact and fiction into an unputdownable tale. A true gem."†National†bestseller†Fiona Davis,†The Chelsea Girls

"Sparkles with intrigue,†romance and passion and surprises with an inspiring journalist heroine... timely, relevant, and sure to resonate with readers.. ends with a shocking twist you won't see coming. Unputdownable!" New York Times†bestseller†Laura Kamoie,†My Dear Hamilton

"M.J. Rose soars with Cartier's Hope. A page-turning quest for the truths that are both intimate and universal. Brava!"† †New York Times bestseller†Pam Jenoff,†The lost Girls of Paris

Buy from the Indie Bookstores that Loved Cartierís Hope

"Fierce female reporter Vera Garland is the heroine of M.J. Roses's latest gorgeous historical drama. Set in early Twentieth Century NYC, Cartier's Hope contains all the rich beauty and tantalizing danger of a city and period on the verge of change. Rose's attention to detail and lush description had me enthralled. Buy this gem of a novel." Pamela Klinger-Horn, Excelsior Bay Books

"Glitz, glamour, superstition and blackmail collide in this page turner." Paula Longhurst, The Kingís English Bookstore

"I really enjoyed Cartier's Hope; M. J. Rose paints a portrait of 1910s New York City with which I was unaware. Most surprising was the large number of female reporters that were working at that time. Vera/Vee is a smart, interesting character; I liked her double-life, very Scarlet Pimpernel...most of all, I want Vera's apartment over Garland's Department Store!" Meaghan Beasley, Island Bookstore