Brynn Olenberg Sugarman graduated from SUNY Binghamton with a BA in Creative Writing and from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem with an MA in English Literature. Midnight at the Taj Mahal is her first novel and reflects her lifelong love of travel and fascination with time travel. In addition, she is the author of the award-winning picture book Rebecca’s Journey Home. Brynn lives with her husband and three children in Ra’anana, Israel, close to the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.
thirteen-year-old twins hailey and zach are in india, two ordinary American kids on an extraordinary mission: to free a mogul ruler and his princess daughter from their prison tower. what results is a series of time travel feats with fluky consequences. with action-packed sword fights and a mutual crush between hailey and her friend sushil, there is something compelling for both genders.