“Mortal Arts” Is A Mystery You Do Not Want To Miss!

MMS book club

Good day, dear readers! What a start to May we have had! The weather is getting nicer, although we are having a few thunderstorms along the way. I hope that you have been enjoying the books of the year so far, as we have quite a bit more lined up! I love being able to share great books with you!

This month, we are reading “Red Sky Over Hawaii” by Sara Ackerman. I have heard a lot of great things about this book, and am enjoying the story so far! This historical fiction is taking us back to the beginnings of the United States involvement in World War II, and adds a bit more too! Don’t miss this great read! There are links for where to find the books in our newsletter that is sent out monthly. Be sure to check it out.

I am excited to announce our next book, “Mortal Arts” by Anna Lee Huber. We read the first one in this series a while ago, and this seemed like the perfect time to bring in book two! We are going to travel over to Scotland for this one! Get ready for a bit of adventure, some crime, and a great mystery to solve!

 

Mortal Arts Excerpt from Goodreads.com:

Scotland, 1830. Lady Kiera Darby is no stranger to intrigue—in fact, it seems to follow wherever she goes. After her foray into murder investigation, Kiera must journey to Edinburgh with her family so that her pregnant sister can be close to proper medical care. But the city is full of many things Kiera isn’t quite ready to face: the society ladies keen on judging her, her fellow investigator—and romantic entanglement—Sebastian Gage, and ultimately, another deadly mystery.

Kiera’s old friend Michael Dalmay is about to be married, but the arrival of his older brother—and Kiera’s childhood art tutor—William, has thrown everything into chaos. For ten years Will has been missing, committed to an insane asylum by his own father. Kiera is sympathetic to her mentor’s plight, especially when rumors swirl about a local girl gone missing. Now Kiera must once again employ her knowledge of the macabre and join forces with Gage in order to prove the innocence of a beloved family friend—and save the marriage of another…

 

Mortal Arts

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