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Juneau Black in Kenosha for the release of TWILIGHT FALLS
December 8, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Welcome back to the charming but dangerous world of Shady Hollow!
For the release of the next instalment of the Shady Hollow cozy mystery series, Sharon Nagel of the Juneau Black writing duo will be at Blue House Books to talk about “Twilight Falls!” Joining Sharon is fellow writer of cute and murderous stories Amanda Flower, author of the Farm-to-Table series.
The authors will be discussing how they successfully make death and crime so charming, their writing process, and how Juneau Black was able to make a story of woodland creatures such a hit! After the discussion, they will take questions from the audience and sign books!
This event is free but registration is required as space is limited.
ABOUT THE BOOK
The fourth book in the Shady Hollow mystery series sees Vera embroiled in a case involving star-crossed lovers whose affair may have turned deadly.
It’s spring in Shady Hollow, and romance is in the air. Even reporter Vera Vixen is caught up in the season as her relationship with new police chief Orville Braun blossoms. But true love is not always smooth sailing, as two of the hollow’s young residents come to find. Jonah Atwater and Stasia von Beaverpelt find themselves battling their families in order to be together. And when Jonah’s father, Shelby, goes over the top of Twilight Falls, all signs point to Stasia being the murderer.
The evidence against Stasia appears overwhelming, and Orville arrests her. It looks like the case is closed, but Vera isn’t so sure. There are almost too many clues indicating Stasia is the killer, leading her to suspect someone is setting Stasia up. Besides, what about the mysterious ghostly creature skulking around town at night? Maybe he or she was involved? As Vera investigates further, her sleuthing puts her in direct opposition to Orville, and soon she’s stirred up a hornet’s nest of trouble.
ABOUT JUNEAU BLACK
Juneau Black is the pen name of authors Jocelyn Cole and Sharon Nagel. They share a love of excellent bookshops, fine cheeses, and a good murder (in fictional form only). Though they are two separate people, if you ask either of them a question about their childhood, you are likely to get the same answer. This is a little unnerving for any number of reasons.
ABOUT AMANDA FLOWER
Amanda Flower is a USA Today bestselling and Agatha Award-winning author of over forty-five mystery novels. Her novels have received starred reviews from Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, and Romantic Times, and she had been featured in USA Today, First for Women, and Woman’s World. Her first Emily Dickinson Mystery, Because I Could Not Stop for Death, was a Agatha Award winner and Mary Higgins Clark Nominee. She currently writes for Penguin-Random House (Berkley), Kensington, and Sourcebooks. A former librarian, Flower and her husband own a farm and recording studio, and they live in Northeast Ohio with their eight adorable cats, Editors Cheeps and Tummy and Studio Cats Cheddar, Michelangelo, Dr. Z, Fender, Marmalade, Colby Jack.