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BLOG TOUR -A March to Remember

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A March to Remember
by Anna Loan-Wilsey

Excellent book…
~Storeybook Reviews

I connected with Hattie’s determined and organized personality right away. She was submissive, yet confident. Discreet, yet bold. There were a lot of levels of this character that worked well for her.
~MARIE MCNARY – Grace, Gratitude, Life

A March to Remember is a cozy mystery of quality – entertaining, informative, and impressive. Mystery, history, romance are blended together in a narrative that easily flows across the page.
~The power of words . . .

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A March to Remember (A Hattie Davish Mystery)
Historical Cozy Mystery
5th in Series
Kensington (September 27, 2016)
Paperback: 304 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1617737282
E-Book ASIN: B01A4APINY
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Synopsis

Traveling secretary Hattie Davish is taking her singular talents to Washington, D.C., to help Sir Arthur Windom-Greene research his next book. But in the winding halls of the nation’s capital, searching for the truth can sometimes lead to murder . . .

Hattie is in her element, digging through dusty basements, attics, and abandoned buildings, not to be denied until she fishes out that elusive fact. But her delightful explorations are dampened when she witnesses a carriage crash into a carp pond beneath the shadow of the Washington Monument. Alarmingly, one of the passengers flees the scene, leaving the other to drown. The incident only heightens tensions brought on by the much publicized arrival of “Coxey’s Army,” thousands of unemployed men converging on the capital for the first ever organized “march” on Washington. When one of the marchers is found murdered in the ensuing chaos, Hattie begins to suspect a sinister conspiracy is at hand. As she expands her investigations into the motives of murder and closes in on the trail of a killer, she is surprised and distraught to learn that her research will lead her straight to the highest levels of government . . .

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About The Author

Anna Loan-Wilsey, biologist, librarian, and author, writes the historical Hattie Davish Mystery series featuring a Victorian traveling secretary who solves crimes in every historic town she visits. The first in the series, A Lack of Temperance, set in 1890’s Eureka Springs, Arkansas, (an Amazon #1 bestseller) was followed by Anything But Civil (set in Galena, IL), A Sense of Entitlement (an iBook #1 bestseller set in Newport, RI), and A Deceptive Homecoming (set in St. Joseph, MO, Hattie’s hometown).  A March to Remember finds Hattie caught up in the political intrigues surrounding Coxey’s Army and the first “march” on Washington, D.C. Anna lives in a Victorian farmhouse near Ames, Iowa with her family where she is happily working on new mystery adventures.

Author Links

Webpage: www.annaloanwilsey.com

Facebook: https//www.facebook.com/annaloanwilseyauthor/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/annaloanwilsey @annaloanwilsey

GoodReads: www.goodreads.com/author/show/5810152.Anna_Loan_Wilsey

Purchase Links:

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2 Comments

  1. Dianne Casey

    I love historical mysteries and can’t wait to read this series. Like that it is set in Washington DC.

  2. Tea

    I can’t believe her name is Hattie. That’s me.

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