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Sabrina Jeffries

Sabrina Jeffries is the New York Times bestselling author of thirty-eight novels and nine works of short fiction (some written under the pseudonyms Deborah Martin and Deborah Nicholas). Whatever time not spent writing in a coffee-fueled haze of dreams and madness is spent traveling with her husband and adult autistic son or indulging in one of her passions—jigsaw puzzles, chocolate, and music. With more than 7 million books in print in eighteen different languages, the North Carolina author never regrets tossing aside a budding career in academics for the sheer joy of writing fun fiction, and hopes that one day a book of hers will end up saving the world. She always dreams big.
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They are the Duke’s Men: an investigative agency born from family pride and irresistible passion, risking their lives—and sometimes their hearts—as they unravel shocking deceptions and scandalous transgressions!

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Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Love doesn't come easy. That's what makes it so rewarding!

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. I would love to meet Elizabeth I. What an amazing woman! I'd ask her if she really had any lovers, and which ones were the best. Oh, and how she managed to rule England so effectively. Plus, I'd ask if she knew if Shakespeare's works were really written by him. I mean, she should know, right?

Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?

A. I have NO clue.

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. It changes weekly, but right now it's "All That You Have Is Your Soul" by Tracy Chapman, "Love Story" by Taylor Swift, "Bitter with the Sweet" by Carole King, "Touched by the Sun" by Carly Simon, and "Caledonia" by Dougie McLean

Q. Which living person do you most admire?

A. Bernard Rimland, for recognizing that autism was neurological and changing life for parents of autistic children everywhere.

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