- This event has passed.
Author Anna Lee Huber Talks with Clara McKenna – Sept. 8 | 6p Crowdcast
September 8, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Author Anna Lee Huber Talks with Clara McKenna – Sept. 8 | 6p
- Murder Most Fair | Anna Lee Huber| BUY BOOK
- All registrants receive 10% off book purchase with code ‘EVENT’
________________________________________________________________________ Unfamiliar with using Crowdcast? Click GUIDE for new attendees. ________________________________________________________________________ November 1919. After the repeated national and personal traumas of The Great War, life almost feels normal again.
A fortnight by the seaside with her husband could almost convince Verity Kent that life has returned to the pleasant rhythms of long ago. Then Verity’s beloved Great-Aunt Ilse lands on their doorstep. After years in war-ravaged Germany, Ilse has returned to England to repair her fragile health—and to escape trouble. Someone has been sending her anonymous threats, and Verity’s Secret Service contacts from her time serving with intelligence unit La Dame Blanche, can only provide unsettling answers. Even deep in the bucolic Yorkshire Dales, where she joins Verity’s family for the holidays, Ilse encounters difficulties. Normally peaceful neighbors are now hostile, seeking someone to blame for the losses they’ve endured. When Ilse’s maid is found dead, Verity must uncover whether this is anti-German hatred taken to murderous lengths, or whether there is a more personal motive at work. When German-speaking people are spotted on the property, the picture suddenly changes… Could Verity’s shadowy nemesis, Lord Ardmore, be involved? And if so, how much closer to home will the blow land when he inevitably strikes again?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anna Lee Huber is the USA Today bestselling and Daphne award-winning author of the Lady Darby Mysteries and the Verity Kent Mysteries, as well as the anthology The Deadly Hours. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she majored in music and minored in psychology. She currently resides in Indiana with her family and is hard at work on her next novel. ABOUT THE MODERATOR Clara McKenna has a B.A. in Biology from Wells College and a M.L.I.S in Library and Information Studies from McGill University. She is the founding member of Sleuths in Time, a cooperative group of historical mystery writers who encourage and promote each other’s work. She is also a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
ABOUT THE MODERATOR
Clara McKenna has a B.A. in Biology from Wells College and a M.L.I.S in Library and Information Studies from McGill University. She is the founding member of Sleuths in Time, a cooperative group of historical mystery writers who encourage and promote each other’s work. She is also a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
ABOUT CLARA MCKENNA’S BOOK ” Murder At Keyhaven Castle “ | BUY BOOK
Between ornate bridal gown fittings and meetings with Viscount “Lyndy” Lyndhurst’s distant relatives, Stella Kendrick finally feels less like an out-of-place American and more like a respected aristocrat. Everything changes as the arrival of an anonymous gift and return of her overbearing father cast a dark shadow over the festivities, conjuring difficult memories and new fears . . .
Tensions intensify when a daytrip to Southampton ends with a suspicious stranger getting trampled by a horse-drawn cab. Before anyone can explain why the victim possessed a newspaper clipping about the upcoming ceremony at Morrington Hall, tragedy strikes again, this time resulting in a murder that turns
Stella’s world completely upside down while implicating one of Lyndy’s well-regarded family members . . .
Facing loss, postponed nuptials, and uncertain threats, Stella and Lyndy rush to connect two very different crimes and identify the guilty culprit hiding among elite wedding guests. But as the couple blows the lid off of scandalous secrets, they realize that catching this killer—and living to tell the tale—may prove as impossible as closing the class divide.