Interview on KREM 2 News!

Interview on KREM 2 News!

I was interviewed by KREM 2 News! View the interview here and follow me on YouTube!

This is my debut historical mystery, Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, the first in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries, set in Gilded Age Spokane.

It’s 1901 and Archie Prescot has traveled across the country to Spokane, Washington to design the now iconic clock tower for the new Great Northern Railroad Depot. When his talent for creating unique clock chimes connects him with a local patroness, he is thrilled, until she is found beheaded in the workshop of a fellow inventor. 

I’m a graduate of Whitworth University and my husband is a born-and-raised Spokanite. I’ve always loved wandering through Manito Park, the Davenport, but it was after visiting the Campbell House at the MAC that I realized what better place to set a mystery than our beautiful hometown?

I’ve been able to do hands-on research quite easily with the assistance of many amazing local folks, which has provided me with lots of first-person accounts, from diaries to letters to Spokesman-Review articles. You can view more about my research all across this website, and I’ll be posting more over the next few months! There is so much wonderful history here—plenty for many books to come!

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker will be available as an audiobook, ebook, and print book wherever books are sold, including at your local library, THIS FALL.

You can sign up for my newsletter here to get a free copy of my short story “Escapades of a Spokane Thief” which is based on an actual article I found in the Spokesman-Review.

You can also follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Goodreads as @pmeredithauthor to hear as soon as I reveal the cover and the book becomes available for pre-order! For now, be sure to add Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker to your Want to Read list on Goodreads and tag #BBCTbook on your favorite social media to spread the word!

Thank you for reading! I can’t wait to share this book with you!

3 Replies to “Interview on KREM 2 News!”

  1. Sounds fun and so looking forward to reading your book and all in this series. Living in Spokane since 1993 and I love it here.

  2. You did such an amazing job on this interview! Can’t wait to see the published book (always love your Victorian outfit, too)!

    1. I will want to read your book! I saw your interview and thought your book sounded like a book I would enjoy.

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