Death Books a Return is a mystery novel featuring protagonist Juanita Wills, intrepid (aka nosy) public librarian in the small town of Wyndham, Oklahoma. While researching local history, Juanita comes across the 1959 unsolved murder of a black teenager. But no one wants to dig up the past of buried secrets and broken love affairs that once entwined the citizens of Wyndham and the neighboring all-black village of Bryson's Corner. When her only witness is poisoned, Juanita becomes more determined to bring the killer to justice, even if it puts her own life at risk, in this second in Hill's Scrappy Librarian mystery series. "Cleverly presented, and the characters are endearing." - Library Journal MARION MOORE HILL is the author of the Scrappy Librarian mystery series and the Deadly Past mysteries. She lives in Durant, Oklahoma. Her website is www.MarionMooreHill.net.
About the Author
Marion Moore Hill is the author of the Deadly Past Mystery series, which includes Deadly Will, and Bookmarked for Murder, the first book in the Scrappy Librarian Mystery series. Her novels and short stories have been recognized by Byline magazine, the Greater Dallas Writers' Association, Johnson County Creative Writers, Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc., and Panhandle Professional Writers. Her first short story, "Mum's and Pansy's Greenhouse," was the inaugural winner of Whispering Willow mystery magazine's Dagger award. She lives in Durant, Oklahoma.