Shadows on a Maine Christmas

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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.83
Publisher
Perseverance Press
Publish Date
Pages
224
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.5 X 0.7 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781564745477

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About the Author

Lea Wait made her mystery debut with Shadows at the Fair, which was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel. Shadows on the Ivy, the third novel in her acclaimed series featuring Maggie Summer, is forthcoming in hardcover from Scribner. Lea comes from a long line of antiques dealers, and has owned an antique print business for more than twenty-five years. The single adoptive mother of four Asian girls who are now grown, she lives in Edgecomb, Maine. In addition to the Antique Print mysteries, Lea Wait writes historical fiction for young readers. Her first children's book, Stopping to Home, was named a Notable Book for Children in 2001 by Smithsonian magazine.
Visit her website at LeaWait.com.

Reviews

"Set against the backdrop of a small town Christmas, a deadly note and a murder lead Maggie to uncover a series of dark, long-held secrets. As always, Wait's insights into the complexities of human relationships gives her story a rare depth." -Kate Flora, author of Death Dealer
"When shadows from the past darken the present, it's up to Maggie, and Will's Aunt Nettie, to bring the truth to light. Like champagne with breakfast on Christmas morning, the aptly named Shadows on a Maine Christmas is a special treat." -Kaitlyn Dunnett, Agatha winner, author of Ho-Ho Homicide
"As always, Wait's insights into the complexities of human relationships give her story a rare depth." -- Kate Flora, Death Dealer
"Like champagne with breakfast on Christmas morning, the aptly named Shadows on a Maine Christmas is a special treat." -- Kaitlyn Dunnett, Agatha winner, Ho-Ho Homicide
As always, Wait's insights into the complexities of human relationships give her story a rare depth." - Kate Flora, Death Dealer"
Like champagne with breakfast on Christmas morning, the aptly named Shadows on a Maine Christmas is a special treat. - Kaitlyn Dunnett, Agatha winner, Ho-Ho Homicide"