Mapping Murder

William D. Andrews

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ISBN: 9781939017987

Mapping Murder

  Author:   William D. Andrews    
  Publisher:  Islandport Press

Danger has found museum director Julie Williamson once again when an annual convention of historical society directors puts her in the path of a troubled colleague. Precious artifacts are missing and landing in the hands of unscrupulous dealers to the south. Williamson immediately senses foul play. When the colleague mysteriously winds up dead, and more thefts occur, Ryland’s favourite puzzle-solving amateur detective can’t resist setting a trap. In his third Julie Williamson mystery, Andrews brings back a beloved cast of characters to help Williamson chase down the confounding clues. This case of historical whodunit, set against a backdrop of rolling hills and picturesque towns of Western Maine, is sure to keep you up reading all night.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781939017987
Item ISL098
PublisherIslandport Press
PublisherIslandport Press
Published on March 26 2018
Language eng
Pages 224
Format Paperback
Dimensions8.5(in) x 5.5(in)
Shipping weight386(g)
William D. Andrews, author of Breaking Ground and Stealing History, spent summers in Maine for eighteen years until he could find a job to justify a permanent move. That happened in 1989 when he became president of Westbrook College in Portland. Over the years, Andrews has come to love historical societies, which he calls "wonderful, quirky places inhabited by colourful characters with a passion for local history." Julie Williamson, the puzzle-loving protagonist of his mystery novels, is a natural extension of his varied interests. Andrews divides his time between homes in Newry and Portland. When he isn't writing, he reads, skis, snowshoes, cooks, and plays tennis.