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Mira's Way

Mira's Way

by Amy Maroney

Narrated by Meg Price

Unabridged — 10 hours, 26 minutes

Amy Maroney
Mira's Way

Mira's Way

by Amy Maroney

Narrated by Meg Price

Unabridged — 10 hours, 26 minutes

Amy Maroney

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History brims with silenced stories. Will Mira's be one of them? Mira's Way, Book 2 of The Miramonde Series, continues the mesmerizing tale of a Renaissance-era female artist and the modern-day art scholar who risks everything to learn her secret.

1504: Young artist Mira wants nothing more than a peaceful life by the sea, painting portraits of wealthy merchants. But when she and her new husband try to help a friend, they are catapulted into a series of dangerous adventures that leave them scrambling to survive.

2015: Art scholar Zari races through France, working feverishly to connect Mira with a series of masterful unsigned portraits. Meanwhile, an academic rival peddles his theory that the works were made by a famous male artist. Will Mira be lost to history forever?

An unforgettable journey to a world rich in history, romance, and adventure.

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Praise for The Girl from Oto:

"I loved the lush descriptions and the hard-nosed female characters who find a way to get what they want in a man's world. An exquisite novel."

—Martha Conway, winner of the North American Book Award for Thieving Forest

"An absorbing debut novel. I couldn't put it down."

—Deborah Swift, author of The Gilded Lily

"A rich and intriguing evocation of the fifteenth century is interwoven with an emotionally satisfying mystery in the present day."

—Emma Darwin, author of A Secret Alchemy

"A powerful story and an intriguing mystery. A Red Ribbon winner and highly recommended."

The Wishing Shelf Book Awards, U.K.

"From the very beginning I was enthralled with Mira, Zari, and their entwined journeys through history and the world of art. As a curator and art historian, it's a rare treat for me to find a novel that so lovingly reflects our joys and challenges. The Girl from Oto delivers—and I can't wait to spend more time with Mira."

—Jennifer Dasal, host of the ArtCurious podcast

Product Details

BN ID: 2940175610001
Publisher: Artelan Press
Publication date: 04/01/2022
Series: The Miramonde Series , #2
Edition description: Unabridged

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