Ashley Weaver will sign and discuss An Act of Villainy (Minotaur; $27.99).
ASHLEY WEAVER is the branch manager at Oberlin, the headquarters branch of the Allen Parish Libraries in Louisiana. Weaver has worked in libraries since she was 14; she was a page and then a clerk before obtaining her MLIS from Louisiana State University.She is the author of two previous Amory Ames mysteries, Murder at the Brightwell and Death Wears a Mask. Connect with her online at www.ashley-weaver.com.
Ashley Weaver will be joined by her editor Catherine Richard for a Q&A.
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Edgar Award-shortlisted author Ashley Weaver returns with the fifth installment in the Amory Ames mystery series.
An Act of Villainy is an a gem, set in 1930s London and filled with style, banter, and twists that traditional mystery fans will positively relish.
"So you've gotten yourself involved with another murder, have you?"
Edgar Award-shortlisted author Ashley Weaver returns with the fourth installment in the Amory Ames mystery series.
The Essence of Malice is filled with her trademark style, wit and clever plotting, sure to delight and charm traditional mystery fans.
Edgar Award-shortlisted author Ashley Weaver returns with A Most Novel Revenge, the charming next instalment in the delightful 1930s Amory Ames mystery series
"A pleasant reminder of Golden Age mysteries that keep you guessing until the denouement." --Kirkus Reviews
Edgar Award-shortlisted author Ashley Weaver returns with Death Wears a Mask, the witty and stylish next installment in the delightful 1930s Amory Ames mystery series
"Amory Ames and her rakish husband Milo might just be the new Nick and Nora Charles." --Deborah Crombie
It was amazing, really, what murder had done for my marriage . . .
Shortlisted for the Edgar Awards
Ashley Weaver's debut mystery, Murder at the Brightwell, is a delicious, stylish novel in which murder invades British polite society and romance springs in unexpected places, and a wonderful testament to the enduring delight of the traditional mystery.
"An elegant Christie-esque 1930s romp." --Deborah Crombie