Hone you investigative skills with Died in the Wool, a mystery filled with humor, suspense, and romance. Monah Trenary is battling for city funds for her beloved library. When a rival for the much-needed monies winds up dead, Monah is considered one of the prime suspects. When a second corpse weighs in, police detective Mike Brockman discovers that, according to the evidence, Monah and monkshood are a lethal combination. Can Monah and proven sleuth Casey Alexander find the real killer before this librarian is booked for murder?
About the Author
Elizabeth Ludwig is an award winning author who is an accomplished speaker and teacher, and often attends conferences and seminars, where she lectures on editing for fiction writers, crafting effective novel proposals, and conducting successful editor/agent interviews. Along with her husband and two children, Elizabeth makes her home in the great state of Texas.
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You'd think that a love of books would be enough but throw in disgruntled patrons, surprise fire inspections, and a broken air conditioner causing an Arctic freeze and days can rough. Yet, Monah will overcome these obstacles and be ready for yet another day... Until she sees Miss Tait. Miss Tait who is Monah's biggest obstacle when it comes to the library's acquisition of city funds for their yearly budget. When Miss Tait turns up dead it's all everyone can do not to look in Monah's direction. Even the detective assigned to the case keeps questioning Monah... and they're dating! It looks as if Monah, and her never-fail friend Casey will need to solve this case.