Saturday, November 3, 2018

Local Author/Historian Leslie Wheeler at Library

New Marlborough, MA, author/historian Leslie Wheeler will speak about her new novel Rattlesnake Hill, at Roeliff Jansen Community Library on Saturday, November 3, at 4 pm.

In this book, the first in Wheeler’s new seriesBerkshire Hilltown Mysteries, a Boston woman travels to the Berkshires to solve a family mystery—the identity of a nameless beauty in an old photograph belonging to an ancestor.

“….an atmospheric series set in the Berkshires…Vivid descriptions in this intricately plotted novel will remind readers of Sharyn McCrumb’s Appalachian tales with their strong sense of place.”—Lesa Holstine, starred review in Library Journal.

“Rattlesnake Hill is a riveting tale of past and present, innocence and evil, that kept me turning the pages far into the night”—Barbara Ross, Agatha-nominated author of the Maine Clambake Mysteries

Award-winning author of American history books and biographies, Leslie Wheeler has written three living history mysteries: Murder at Plimoth PlantationMurder at Gettysburg, and Murder at Spouters Point prior to beginning the Berkshire Hilltown Mystery series. Leslie divides her time between Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Berkshires.