by Carol Tibaldi
As the Roaring Twenties crumble into the Great Depression, Virginia Kingsley, owner of New York's swankiest and most popular speakeasy, Bacchanal, learns her baby nephew has been kidnapped. Is she somehow involved? His movie star father and her niece must set aside their differences to work with Virginia and her shady contacts to find the stolen child. A Pulitzer Prize winning journalist who befriends the mother may hold a key to the mystery.
Carol Tibaldi was born and raised in Bayside, New York and attended Queens College of the City University of New York. She loves to travel and has lived in London and Los Angeles. For twenty five years she worked as a newspaper reporter and covered the crime beat. She is a history buff and loves to research different time periods having a special affinity of the prohibition era and the Civil War. Willow Pond is her first novel and she is hard at work on the sequel.
"Willow Pond is a treasure to read. Tibaldi is a first-time author who has made an indelible mark with her debut novel." eNovel Reviews
"This is Tibaldi's debut novel, and it's strong; she does well at creating strong characters early on who have a real sense of personality and individuality." Kindle Book Review
"Willow Pond delivers much more than you would expect from a first novel. Ms. Tibaldi took a story line and added her own flavor. It was a tricky one that she weaved together perfectly." Jacqueline Druga, Author of Sleepers and Torn
"This story keeps getting better as you turn the pages." Mimi Barbour, Author of His Devious Angel