Murder at Midnight

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$30.99  $28.82
Crooked Lane Books
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5.6 X 8.3 X 1.2 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author
Katharine Schellman is a former actor, one-time political consultant, and currently the author of the Lily Adler Mysteries. A graduate of the College of William & Mary, Katharine currently lives and writes in the mountains of Virginia in the company of her family and the many houseplants she keeps accidentally murdering.
Praise for Murder at Midnight
"Delightful . . . Historical mystery fans will devour this holiday treat."
--Publishers Weekly

"A plummy period whodunit with a colorful collection of suspects."
--Kirkus Reviews

"A Christmas treat for fans of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None."
--Library Journal

"Entertaining, and filled with suspenseful twists and vivid details."

"Another great novel in the series. Lily is a well-written character, that is smart, and fun to read."
--Red Carpet Crash

"An excellent entry in the series."
--The Library Ladies

Praise for the Lily Adler Mysteries:
"The Body in the Garden is a perfect London crime novel and a masterful debut; fast-paced, expertly researched, and intricately plotted. I actually gasped when I got to the end!"
--Alex Grecian, New York Times bestselling author

"[An] elegant, excellently-paced, and thoroughly engrossing mystery."
--Ashley Weaver, author of the Amory Ames Mysteries

"Fans of Tasha Alexander's Lady Emily mysteries will want to set aside space on their bookshelves for the adventures of widowed amateur sleuth Lily Adler."
--Greer Macallister, bestselling author

"Schellman ably interweaves appealing developments in Lily's personal life, a classic locked-room puzzle, and a nuanced look at period society. Regency lovers will be enthralled."
--Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Worthy of Rex Stout or Agatha Christie."
--Library Journal, starred review

"Sensitive handling of class and race issues common to London in the early 1800s give the story depth."
--BookPage, starred review

"Schellman does a brilliant job bringing historical accuracy and clever characters to life."
--San Francisco Book Review, 5-star review

"The mixed-race identities of her partners in crime solving and the methods through which they navigate London society add richness to the tale beyond mere Regency-era tropes."

"Schellman transports readers to Regency-era England and tantalizes them with a traditional whodunit."
--Kirkus Reviews

"An exceptionally good read."
--New York Journal of Books