Greek tragedy is alive and well. It moved to Western Kansas.
Coming in November - Hidden Heritage
This third case for Lottie (Lethal Lineage, 2011, etc.) is filled with surprising historical information, social commentary, romance and a strong mystery.
Starred Kirkus Review
Think this summer was hot? Lottie is nearly done in when she investigates a grisly murder at the local feed yard. It spirals into an encounter with an ancient Spanish woman determined to involve Lottie in black magic.
I'm so grateful for all my readers who enjoy reading about Kansas. I think it's the most fascinating state in the union. And boy, do we read! At the beginning of the 20th century out literacy rate was 93%.
I'm thrilled with the reception and reviews for Hidden Heritage. It will be released November 1, and is available wherever books are sold. Ask your local library to buy the Lottie Albright Series.
Check my events pages for when and where I'll be seeing all my Kansas friends. I'll begin with the Kansas launch of Hidden Heritage at the Carnegie Arts Center in Goodland Kansas, November 1, 3-6 pm. Start thinking Christmas because there is a great audio recording available for those of us who are hooked on books on tape.