Erica Ruth Neubauer is the Agatha Award-winning author of the Jane Wunderly Mysteries, as well as an Anthony Award and Lefty Award finalist. She spent eleven years in the military, nearly two as a Maryland police officer, and one as a high school English teacher, before finding her way as a writer. She has been a reviewer of mysteries and crime fiction for publications such as Publishers Weekly and M ystery Scene Magazine for several years, and she's a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. Erica Ruth lives in Milwaukee, WI. Visit her at EricaRuthNeubauer.com.
Ann Collette worked as a freelance writer and editor for 15 years before joining the Rees Literary Agency in 2000.
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In Agatha Award-winning author Erica Ruth Neubauer’s fourth wanderlust-inspiring historical mystery, it’s 1926 and the adventures of vibrant, young American widow Jane Wunderly send her to Istanbul, Turkey, where the search for her archeologist father unravels secrets tied to a mysterious relic from the Ottoman Empire…
In Agatha Award-winning author Erica Neubauer’s third wanderlust-inspiring historical mystery, young American widow Jane Wunderly understands there are worse fates than adventuring aboard a transatlantic liner with the only man who could change her mind about romance.
Murder at Wedgefield Manor: A Riveting WW1 Historical Mystery (A Jane Wunderly Mystery #2) (Paperback)
In the wake of World War I, Jane Wunderly—a thoroughly modern young American widow—is traveling abroad, enjoying the hospitality of an English lord and a perfectly proper manor house, until murder makes an unwelcome appearance…
Traveling Egypt as a companion to her wealthy aunt in the years after WWI, a young woman accused of murdering a flapper at the luxurious Mena House hotel must investigate her fellow occupants to clear her name.