Hidden Heritage

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Poisoned Pen Press
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5.82 X 8.77 X 0.96 inches | 0.87 pounds

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About the Author

Charlotte Hinger is an awardwinning novelist and Kansas historian. The first book in her Lottie Albright series, Deadly Descent, won the Arizona Book Publishers award for Best Mystery/Suspense. Come Spring, a historical novel, won the Western Writers Medicine Pipe Bearers award and was a Spur finalist. Her short stories have been included in several anthologies and the Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. www.charlottehinger.com


""Lottie Albright, undersheriff of Carlton County, Kansas, isn't too thrilled with her latest assignment--going undercover at a livestock feed yard to investigate a man's death. Apparently there are some illegal activities going on in which the sheriff himself might be involved. Convinced that the sheriff is being wrongly accused, Lottie vows to clear her friend and colleague's name. This is the third Albright mystery, and, like the previous two, it draws on Lottie's other occupation--historian--to tell a story in which a modern-day crime connects with mysteries from the past. The author adroitly juggles the primary story with a subplot concerning the effects Lottie's secrecy about her assignment are having on her family."" --Booklist

""This third case for Lottie (Lethal Lineage, 2011, etc.) is filled with surprising historical information, social commentary, romance and a strong mystery.""--Kirkus

"...a whodunit that will keep the reader turning the pages until the dramatic conclusion." -Publishers Weekly review on Lethal Lineage

"Deftly drawn characters and a complicated but believable mystery leave you yearning for more." Kirkus review for Lethal Lineage

"Historical research is anything but dull in Hinger's debut, which holds your attention every exciting step of the way." Kirkus Starred review for Deadly Descent