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The year is 1896, and Professor Concordia Wells has her hands full: teaching classes, acting as live-in chaperone to a cottage of lively female students, and directing the student play, Macbeth.
But mystery and murder are not confined to the stage. Malicious pranks, arson, money troubles, and the apparent suicide of a college official create turmoil at the women’s college. For Concordia, it becomes personal when a family member dies of a mysterious illness, and her best friend is attacked and left for dead.
With her friend still in danger and her beloved school facing certain ruin, Concordia knows that she must act. But uncovering secrets is a dangerous business, and there are some who do not appreciate the unseemly inquiries and bold actions of the young lady professor. Can she discover the ones responsible…before she becomes the next target?
Here’s the trailer for Dangerous and Unseemly:
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For those who enjoy history, specifically that of the late nineteenth century, you’ll find page buttons that lead to neat stuff: women’s colleges, the Mark Twain house, the right to vote, and so on. There’s a page about the world of my mystery series, titled “Concordia’s World.” And I’ll be adding more tabs along the way.
Want more 19th century? Take a look at the “categories” drop-down bar. You’ll find plenty of blog posts about 19thc bank robbers and con men; fashion and frivolity; ice skating and Halloween pranks; tea rooms and tourism. The “Research” tab has tons of links and other resources, too!
For mystery lovers, we have plenty of it: classic “masters of mystery” such as Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, Nero Wolfe, Columbo, and more! Kid detectives, gift suggestions, humor…and I welcome your suggestions for more mystery fun. You can drop me a line at: kbowenwriter (at) gmail (dot) com. Thanks!
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