Everything looked more beautiful through the stained glass — except her past.

"A vivid novel that blends romance with art and history... The story of Jenny trying to pursue her passion and find love would make this novel worthy, but Rose also has the gift of immersing readers in a world of immaculate colors and historical figures in the art community. How Rose can bring to life a time from almost 100 years ago so intensely is truly amazing." Associated Press

"M.J. Rose must have plunged her pen into a vale of tears, radiance, and crime to write this novel. Tiffany Blues melds a tragic mother-daughter relationship, the shimmer of Tiffany’s creations, the jolting life of artists and their shocking jealousy, in a captivating story that illuminates how far we'll go for love. MJ Rose broke this reader’s heart and then, as though using the ancient art of Kintsugi, healed me by sealing the future with golden veins of hope." —Randy Susan Meyers, International Bestselling Author

"Intriguing... [Rose's] best creation yet." Publishers Weekly

"Intricate plotting, sensuous descriptions... captivating. A lush, mesmerizing story." Kirkus

"Rose keeps readers spellbound... with a touch of Gatsby-esque flavor and opulence and a research-rich mix of facts and fiction." Library Journal - Starred review

"Rose's talent for delivering believable characters and plot shines in her latest novel...Readers are in for a treat and the jaw-dropping climax well have them enthralled." RT Book Reviews

"A stunning look at the Jazz Age, told in M.J. Rose's inimitable style." PopSugar 25 Best Summer Books

"A lush, romantic historical mystery with a unique setting. Tiffany Blues explores an interesting lost bit of American history and gives us a heroine to root for." —Kristin Hannah, NYT bestselling author of The Nightingale

"A fascinating novel about a young, struggling artist mentored by the celebrated jeweler and stained-glass creator Louis Comfort Tiffany. Tiffany Blues brings together an enchanting glimpse of Jazz Age New York and an inspired fictional story about Jenny Bell and the terrible secret she's hiding." —Christina Baker Kline, #1 NYT bestselling author of Orphan Train and A Piece of the World

What Book Sellers Are Saying

"M.J. Rose does it again, standing out in a class of her own when it comes to blending incredible prose, a compelling story and teaching the reader about a part of history. The characters are so well-developed and the story captures you from the first pages. Highly recommend this engaging novel. Bravo!" Gary Parkes, FOXTALE BOOK SHOPPE (WOODSTOCK, GA)

"Loved it! This was a fun one. Each night after work, I wanted to throw on a kimono, make myself a gin rickey, and read, read, read this book by the light of a Tiffany lamp. There were just a ton of atmospheric details in this book that made it a compelling read...Tiffany mosaics, the mansion, the artistic use of light and shadow, Ouija boards, opium addiction, prohibition, and peacocks! Really enjoyed it!" Rebecca Rittenour, BEXTER BOOK AND COPY (MILACA, MN)

"Tiffany Blues is one of M.J's best! I love the way she is so descriptive, allowing the reader to feel as though they are there! And her masterful talent for breathing life into her characters is extraordinary!" Cheryl Kravitz, MURDER ON THE BEACH MYSTERY BOOKSTORE (DELRAY BEACH, FL)

"I absolutely loved that Tiffany Blues breaks the mold for historical fiction novels centering around artists, which usually follow a story line that tells the tale of the woman behind the great artist and one of his famous masterpieces. Instead, we get a talented strong female lead intent on pursuing her dreams of being an artist... Jenny Bell proves to be a protagonist we want to see succeed.

"Ms. Rose also does a tremendous job, with her lyrical and enchanting prose, recreating the now-lost Laurelton Hall. It's as if we're walking the halls and strolling the grounds, experiencing Tiffany's estate as once was in its glory." Meaghan Beasley, ISLAND BOOKSTORE (KITTY HAWK, NC)

"e;Tiffany Blues is fabulous! Prepare to be swept away to a time and place that will thrill all the senses. Young Jenny Bell is an unforgettable character full of heart and tragedy. Author M.J. Rose has crafted a master work of historical fiction that will have readers riveted to the page and racing to the end. Pour yourself a glass of champagne and raise a toast to one of the best books of 2018." Pamela Klinger-Horn100, EXCELSIOR BAY BOOKS (EXCELSIOR, MN)

"Painter Jenny Bell is young and has her late mother's talent. Intending to study in Paris she's delightfully derailed by an invitation to the prestigious artists' colony at the Tiffany estate on Long Island; where beauty is everywhere she turns." Paula Longhurst, THE KING'S ENGLISH (SALT LAKE CITY, UT)

" Filled with all the light and color one would expect in a gallery — and from someone enamored of Tiffany's art — the book reads like a synesthetic delight — where colors have sounds and tastes." Jessica Haul, COUNTRY BOOKSHELF (BOZEMAN, MT)

"Wonderful." Judith Lafitte, OCTAVIA BOOKS (NEW ORLEANS, LA)

"I picked up Tiffany Blues and couldn't stop reading. This book offers the reader so much to think about... it's a mystery, it's a love story, it's historical fiction and at the heart of it, is art. Jenny Bell is an artist with secrets. I've read many books by M.J. Rose and this is definitely a favorite." Joanne Berg, MYSTERY TO ME (MADISON, WI)

"M. J. Rose has created an engrossing realistic world that pulled me straight into 1920's New York! The characters are charming, and the story tugged at my heartstrings." Star Lowe, STARLINE BOOKS (CHATTANOOGA, TN)

"M.J. Rose has written another incredible historical, romantic mystery… you can perfectly picture the setting in your mind as you read. Stolen kisses, stolen jewels, jazz music and lots of champagne are mixed up in a mystery you won't be able to put down until the immensely satisfying ending." Kym Havens, AN UNLIKELY STORY (PLAINVILLE, MA)

"The author deftly mixes historical fact with fictional characters to create a fascinating story." Elizabeth Merritt, TITCOMBS BOOKSHOP (EAST SANDWICH, MA)

"M.J. Rose writes so passionately about art and Tiffany glass that you can instantly tell how inspired she was to write this story." John Kwiatkowski, Murder by the Book (Houston, TX)