Books by Elizabeth Kostova
NPR stories about Elizabeth Kostova
Veteran short-story writer Alice Munro and novelist Elizabeth Kostova contemplate lovers and losers, while international human rights activist Greg Mortenson, comedian George Carlin, and musician and avant-garde icon Patti Smith reflect on their lives in new memoirs.
The Swan Thieves, Elizabeth Kostova's follow-up to her 2005 novel The Historian, revolves around twin stories: a 19th century love affair between two artists, and a modern-day psychiatrist treating an artist arrested for stabbing a painting at Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art.
A young American girl living with her father in Europe finds evidence that Dracula was real, and may be hunting them. Elizabeth Kostova's first novel created a bidding war in the publishing industry.