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"Brilliantly plotted and emotionally layered, The Emerald Necklace explores vital current issues through a historical lens. Rosen's characters are by turns contentious, insightful, and tender. A most satisfying read."

–Brian Kaufman, author of A Persistent Echo  

“Engaging and mysterious, The Emerald Necklace sheds light on that inevitable time when lovers, family, friends and circumstances change and force you to reinvent yourself whether you want to or not.”

–Rebecca Rosenberg, award-winning author of the Champagne Widows series


"An engaging story of women's friendships across the generations, and the comfort and support they offer each other."

Gill Paul, bestselling author of Jackie and Maria

“A compelling, nostalgic and immersive story of challenging friendships during the dramatic early years of change with the growing women’s movement.” Patricia Sands, author of the bestselling Love in Provence series AND For those who wonder if things were different for women in the sixties, Rosen’s cast of relatable characters take us on a journey of discovery that reminds us the more things change, the more they stay the same and sometimes even go backwards. 

—Shelley Noble, New York Times bestselling author 

“A clear-eyed and timely story about the joy of second acts, the unshakeable bonds of friendship, and honoring the choices others make, even when they differ from our own.” 

–Barbara Davis, bestselling author of The Keeper of Happy Endings


"Sisters of the Vine is a sweet, tender novel about a woman finding her calling at a tumultuous time with the help of other women."

-Lisa Butts for IndieReader Star IR Rating 4.5

“For those who love a story of sisterhood with a strong female protagonist, pour a glass of wine and immerse yourself in this well-written novel.”

- Sublime Book Review

"[Sisters of the Vine is] a beautiful story that takes us back to what it was like as a woman in the 70s…. of course learning more about wine and its being made was an added bonus! A timeless story I highly recommend. I really enjoyed this book!”

- Jackielovesbooks Bookstagrammer

Sisters of the Vine is one of 10 novels chosen by Booktrib as inspirational and impactful reads for women's history month. View Here.

"Linda Rosen spins an intriguing tale of long-held family secrets, an emotional search for identity, and a painting that may just be the key to untangling the complicated past."

-Kristin Harmel, bestselling author of The Winemaker's Wife


"Rosen paints a vivid picture of a family torn apart then shows us what true family means."

-Pamela Taylor, author of the Second Son Chronicles

“A family torn apart by jealousy and reunited by love is devastated again when tragedy strikes. A poignant and movie debut novel about the fragility of life, the power of love, and the cost of keeping a secret.”

-Gina Sorell, author of Mothers and Other Strangers

“A wonderful novelist . . .  Ms. Rosen's writing is both tender and inspiring. The Disharmony of Silence unfolds with emotional and wise insights.”

-Bunny Shulman, author of After Aida

“There’s a lot going on in Linda Rosen’s The Disharmony of Silence, both in terms of the scope of years covered and the complex family relationships… Generally, it’s thought that honesty is always the best policy, so it’s interesting to see a character grapple with the idea that this truism may not, in fact, always be true. The ending gives the reader a lot to think about in those terms, and it’s an interesting and somewhat unexpected question for a novel to raise.”

- Indie Reader review

"A must-read book… filled with heart, the challenge of friendship and the emotion of true family. A one-of-a-kind story of how easily the bonds between one another come together and can just as easily fall apart, the story of connection plays prominently in this tale and will keep readers invested throughout…”

- Anthony Avina –

Kristin Harmel and Linda Rosen at Platina Book Club luncheon in Boynton Beach Florida.
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