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The Lawyer Who Died Trying Paperback – April 28, 2012
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
From the Back Cover
"The conflict is resolved not only with satisfaction but with humor."
Pat Carr, author of If We Must Die, Sonachi, The Women in the Mirror, and other books.
"This is a murder mystery and a heroine for the twenty-first century."
Celinda Reynolds Kaelin, author of Journey Song and Dancing with Eagles and Condors.
"Good police procedurals. A fun, fast read!"
Amy Bertsch, Public Information Officer, Alexandria, Virginia Police Department.
"This book is also full of bright, flamboyant characters--just the kind I like to have on stage."
Aileen McCulloch, Artistic Director, Vagabond Acting Troupe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, winner of a 2003 Barrymore Award for excellence in theater.
"The mystery is intriguing--so much so that you will be hard pressed to figure out who-done-it until the end."
Ann Macela, author of The Oldest Kind of Magic
"This intriguing, educational, exciting, and fun-packed book will keep you laughing but also wondering 'who done it!"
Lois Lawrence, co-author under the name Virginia Lee of The Aunt Louise Mysteries: Quenchless Fire, Déjà Vu, and Nantucket Ghost Writer
"At one point during reading the book, I was so enjoying the personalities of the characters that I realized I hadn't bothered yet to think about "who done it?"
Maureen Ann Milligan, Amazon.com reviewer
"Superb! Our compliments to the chefs! Burp!"
Christine Knight, "Treesprite," Amazon.com reviewer
"This is a must read for readers of mysteries in general and cozies in particular. Great work, ladies!"
C. Craig, "Snowbears," Amazon.com reviewer
About the Author
Agatha Award Nominees and Lovey Award Winners
Honora Finkelstein has been an intelligence officer with the U. S. Navy, a small-press publisher, a technical writer, and a prize-winning features editor for Arundel Communications in Northern Virginia. She has been widely published in newspapers, magazines, and journals, has co-authored two nonfiction books, and has taught futurist and self-development workshops across the United States, in Canada, and in Europe. She taught workshops for the International Women's Writing Guild for 15 years. She has a Ph.D. in English and has taught Western culture, literature, and writing at several universities, most recently the University of Southern Indiana and the University of Evansville, both in Evansville, Indiana, and the Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Her interest in metaphysical subjects goes back to childhood when she had her first out-of-body experience while learning to tie her shoes. In the 1990s she produced and hosted a talk show on self-development and futurist topics called Kaleidoscope for Tomorrow on community cable television in Fairfax, Virginia, an experience that qualified her as an “agent provocateur.” She also does past life and Tarot card readings and occasionally talks to ghosts.
Susan Smily, during her 25 years in the classroom, was an author, publisher, and workshop leader in elementary science education in Canada, Australia, and the United States. She created her own business for the development and production of a wide range of elementary education materials, worked as a writer, editor, and consultant with several educational programs, and made presentations at over 40 school and district professional development days. She was also once the Science Teacher of the Year (cover girl) for Boreal Science Supply Catalogue and as a result had coffee stains on her face in every high school in Canada.
She is the author of “Pianissimo,” a one-act play that was presented off Broadway on April 13-15, 1998, at the Festival of Collective Voices, at the Harold Clurman Theatre in New York.
She has traveled extensively in North America, Europe, Australia, and the Far East. She developed an interest in metaphysical studies in the early 1990s and has since become involved in studying many areas of spirituality, including Native American, Vedanta, and Kabbalah. She is also an energy reader and “psychic diagnostician.”
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