I’m so excited that library staff ACROSS THE COUNTRY have voted Death at Greenway onto the LibraryReads list for October!! Library staff, I love you, too! What does it mean? LibraryReads collects the top ten books being published each month, based on votes form library staff. It…
During World War II, millions of children were evacuated from the Blitz.
Ten of them were sent to Agatha Christie’s house.
Lori Rader-Day is the Edgar® Award-nominated, Anthony and Mary Higgins Clark Award-winning author of Death at Greenway, The Lucky One, Under a Dark Sky, The Day I Died, Little Pretty Things, and The Black Hour.READ MORE
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In Mrs. M.’s books, solving murder was the work of an afternoon, and the satisfaction great in the knot unraveled and tied again into a pretty bow.
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…and who am I to argue? Parade magazine! You get it; almost everyone does. If you get the Sunday newspaper and the comics section, you get Parade magazine. I’m thrilled to see Death at Greenway included in a “picks” round-up that mentions Clue, The Thin Man, Knives…
…The Lucky One is an Anthony Award nominee for Best Paperback Original! And with so many friends in the list, I can’t wait to celebrate the winners! I have been very lucky indeed this year—and always. Thrilled to see this book on the list. Thanks to all…