“Gina Mulligan’s…narration brings to life the story of one woman’s determined opposition to turn-of-the-century paternalism. For Amelia Cooke, winning the vote for women was a consuming — but not her only — passion.”
— C. Michael Curtis, The Atlantic

“In Remember the Ladies, Gina Mulligan weaves a tale as captivating and unpredictable as the back-room political deals forged by her colorful cast of characters. While their deceptions and ruthless plotting keep the pages turning, the true heart of the story lies in their connective need to be heard, and to matter—sometimes at any cost. A memorable debut novel about loss, identity, and the paths that very often lead us back to where we began.”
— Kristina McMorris, New York Times bestselling author of The Pieces We Keep

“Compelling from the first chapter on—I couldn’t put it down.”
— Tina Cole, actress My Three Sons

“A riveting tale of courage and perseverance, Remember the Ladies transported me to the tantalizingly complex world of the Gilded Age. I fell for the brave and resourceful Amelia on the very first page, and you will, too. An absolute pleasure to read.”
— Kirstin Chen, author of Soy Sauce for Beginners

“This compelling novel tells of one young suffragist’s brave tenacity in fighting for voting rights for women. More than that, it is a story of the struggle for power at the center of politics, and ultimately examines the question of what’s really important. It’s an engaging read all the way through—but you will especially love the ending!”
Ann Tatlock, award-winning author of Once Beyond A Time

Gina Mulligan’s Remember the Ladies is an inspired work of historical fiction. Complex, fascinating, and utterly original, Mulligan’s novel will enrich your perception of the Suffragette movement, and keep you thinking for days. An intriguing story, superbly told.”
— Renée Thompson, author of The Plume Hunter and The Bridge at Valentine

“A thoroughly delightful and engaging read, local debut author Gina Mulligan’s Remember the Ladies takes the late-1880s suffrage movement out of the history books and brings it to life through female lobbyist Amelia Cooke, whose ambition and political acumen will make you root for her, even as you’re rooting for Edward Stillman, her primary opposition, a man who’s equally adept at working the system. Tension-packed, with richly drawn characters involved in careful dances of seduction, extortion and back-door dealmaking, Remember the Ladies is a page-turner that will transport readers back to the Gilded Age in Washington, D.C., with its fashion and etiquette—and its stifling inequities.”
— Krista Minard, editor, Sacramento Magazine

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