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Carol Wallace


Carol Wallace

Carol Wallace has written more than 20 books, including the New York Times bestseller TO MARRY AN ENGLISH LORD, which was an inspiration for "Downton Abbey." She is also the author of an historical novel, LEAVING VAN GOGH, and a co-author of THE OFFICIAL PREPPY HANDBOOK. Wallace holds degrees from Princeton University and Columbia University, and is the great-great-granddaughter of Lew Wallace, author of the novel BEN-HUR: A Tale of the Christ, which was first published in 1880. She currently lives in New York, New York.

Carol Wallace

Books by Carol Wallace

by Carol Wallace - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Women's Fiction

Helen Wilcox has one desire: to successfully launch her daughters into society. From the upper crust herself, Helen's unconventional --- if happy --- marriage has made the girls' social position precarious. Then her husband gambles the family fortunes on an elevated railroad that he claims will transform the face of the city and the way the people of New York live. But will it ruin the Wilcoxes first? As daughters Jemima and Alice navigate the rise and fall of their family, each is forced to re-examine who she is, and even who she is meant to love.

by Carol Wallace - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

As one of the bestselling stories of all time, Lew Wallace’s BEN-HUR: A Tale of the Christ has captivated and enthralled millions around the world --- both in print and on the big screen. Now Lew’s great-great-granddaughter has taken the old-fashioned prose of this classic novel and breathed new life into it for today’s audience.