About Brigitte Goldstein

Brigitte Goldstein is an award-winning writer of historical novels. She earned a Ph.D. in European History from New York University. Before turning to full-time writing, she taught history and worked in publishing. She has written four historical novels and also has several literary translations from German to her credit. Her historical novel Dina's Lost Tribe received a gold medal from Readers' Favorites. Her historical mystery Death of a Diva--From Berlin to Broadway is the recipient of a gold medal from Readers' Favorites, a silver medal from Feathered Quill Book Awards, and a gold medal from Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards; it was also the winner of the Beverly Hills Book Awards in the category of crime fiction, as well as a Finalist in the Eric Hoffer Literary Awards and a bronze medalist in the Independent Publisher Book Awards.

Brigitte Goldstein’s Books

Court of Miracles

Court of Miracles is a human comedy of manners set in seventeenth-century France at the time of the Sun King Louis XIV. Two aristocrats, Antoine, Marquis de Valinquette and Guibert, Count de Mallac, fallen on hard times and into disgrace with the Crown through the sins of their fathers, vie for the love of the… [Read More]

Princess of the Blood

The year 1588 finds the Kingdom of France in the grip of its seventh civil war. Three decades of bloody religious strife between Roman Catholics and Protestant Huguenots have cut a seemingly insurmountable rift. Philippe de Treffort is a young nobleman and captain in the army of the Catholic League, sworn to defend the Apostolic… [Read More]

Dina’s Lost Tribe

When Professor Henner Marcus receives an urgent plea from his niece, Nina Aschauer, he leaves Chicago behind and travels 5,000 miles to France. Nina has finally materialized after a five-year absence, and he is anxious to help her with the trouble she appears to be in. A historian, Nina is irresistibly driven to explore the… [Read More]

Death of a Diva

The murder of an international star of screen and stage at a Broadway theater in the summer of 1941 sets off a police investigation that traces the victim’s life from humble origins in a Viennese Jewish ghetto to her rise to fame and stardom in Weimar Germany. A cultural whirlwind tour from the literati coffeehouses… [Read More]

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