Local author sets date for next release
Amanda Flower of Tallmadge, author of the Agatha Award-nominated “Maid of Murder,” will release her third Living History Museum Mystery novel, “The Final Vow,” on May 8.
The novel is set in the Civil War era, and follows the character Kelsey Cambridge as she tries to prove her ex-husband’s fiancee is innocent for a death that occurs before their wedding, but she begins to wonder to herself if the bride-to-be is innocent.
Flower is an academic librarian and the author of Appleseed Creek Mysteries, India Hayes Mysteries, and Amish Quilts Shop Mysteries under the pen name Isabella Alan.
“The Final Vow” will be available from Midnight Ink Books for $14.99.
Discussion group will meet at library
“The Book Unknown Americans,” by Cristina Henriquez, is the topic of the book discussion group that will meet from 7 to 8 p.m. May 23 in the Quaker Room at Salem Public Library, 821 E. State St.
The book follows the fictional lives of several Latin American immigrants, and why they chose to come to the United States. It is available for rent from the Adult Services Department of the library.