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 . . . Praise for A Deceptive Homecoming A well-written historical mystery that brought the period to life. Mystery Scene
About the Author
As a librarian and information specialist, Anna Loan-Wilsey tracks down information every day that helps to solve mysteries.Sheearned her B.A. at Wells College and had several poems published in theirliterary magazine, The Chronicle.Readers can visit her website at www.annaloanwilsey.com."