Unseemly Pursuits

Book 2 of the Concordia Wells Mysteries

Literature professor Concordia Wells is back in action!

A deadly secret that won’t stay buried…

It is the fall of 1896, and Miss Concordia Wells is hip-deep in the usual tumult of a lady professor’s life: classes, clubs, student pranks, and the unending drama generated by the girls she lives with on campus.  Complicating this normality is the new Lady Principal, whom the students have nicknamed “the Ogre.”  The woman seems bent on making Concordia’s life miserable.

And then there’s the exotic spirit medium, Madame Durand, who has befriended Concordia’s mother and has started a “Spirit Club” on campus.  Madame’s prognostications of doom are at first only mildly irritating – until events take a sobering turn.  An ancient Egyptian amulet donated to the college mysteriously disappears, the donor is found murdered, and his daughter – Concordia’s best friend – confesses to killing him.

Desperate for answers, Concordia unravels a 20-year-old secret, closely guarded by men now dead.  But such secrets can be dangerous for the daughters left behind, including Concordia herself.  Can she make sense of the mystery that has bound together their fates, before it’s too late?

 

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Also available as an audiobook!
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Becket Royce, the narrator for the audiobook version of Dangerous and Unseemly, has lent her voice talent once again to the Concordia Wells series.
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Have you already read or listened to the book? Please consider leaving a review on Amazon. For us indie writers, honest reviews are the most effective way of spreading the word about our novels! Click on the picture below, then scroll down to “Customer Reviews.”

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Thanks so much for your support!

~Kathy

5 Comments

  1. Stephen Craig

    My pursuit last night involved plans to sit at the computer and read my Kindle version of “Unseemly Pursuits” for an hour and go to bed. I stayed up for four and finished the book; I couldn’t stop ‘turning’ these pages. Who says guys can’t enjoy ‘the cozy thrill’?

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    • K.B. Owen

      Stephen, how wonderful! I am so glad you enjoyed it, and really appreciate you leaving a comment about your experience! You made my day. 😀

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  2. Brenda

    I am in love with these books. I ordered them because the protagonist teaches history. I saved them to take on a trip with my daughter-hard to do as I read daily. I started the first one night and read until finished to the wee hours of am in the lovely B and B where we were staying. I am a retired English teacher in high school taught at University as an adjunct. Have studied Shakespeare everywhere including England. favorite play to teach is Macbeth. Love these books. I keep checking amazon for the next one lol. I know it is soon. Keep writing as u r gifted!!!

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    • K.B. Owen

      Brenda, that’s wonderful! You made my day, reading your comment. You are exactly the type of reader I think of when I write these books. Thanks so much! If you feel so inclined, would you mind writing a brief review on Amazon? It really helps spread the word. Thanks again! ~Kathy. 🙂

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      • K.B. Owen

        Oh, I see that you have left a review already – thank you! 😀

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