A nice surprise to learn that Death at Greenway has been nominated for a Macavity Award, given out by Mystery Readers International/Mystery Readers Journal! A little trivia for us all: Macavity the Mystery Cat, also called the Hidden Paw, is a fictional character in T. S. Eliot’s 1939…
During World War II, millions of children were evacuated from the Blitz.
Ten of them were sent to Agatha Christie’s house.
Chicago crime fiction author Lori Rader-Day is the Edgar® Award-nominated, Agatha, 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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Bridget Kelly arrives at the beloved holiday home of Agatha Christie to make a haven for Blitz-evacuated children—but murder is not confined to war, or books.READ MORE
Death at Greenway is a Macavity Award nominee! Read more!READ MORE
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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I’m so excited. First, I got to wear this amazing hat. AND while I was wearing that hat, Death at Greenway was named the Best Historical Novel at Malice Domestic! That’s the Agatha Award, for my book about Agatha’s house—quite fitting and proper, don’t you think? I’m…
Well, this seems like a full circle moment! I’m so excited that Death at Greenway is a nominee for the Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel! I’ve long attended Malice Domestic, where the award is voted upon by its attendees, and I really hope I can attend…