Interview on the Page Turner Show

Interview on the Page Turner Show

Last Friday I had the extreme honor of being interviewed on the Page Turner Show with Annie McKinley at KYRS radio! You can listen to the interview at KYRS.org or right here on my website.

Donate to the KYRS pledge drive here to get a signed copy of Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker.

I mentioned LOTS of fun things in the interview so I’ll include all the links here!

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker is the first in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries

Learn more about the series and where to purchase a copy here.

“A vivid and intense historical thriller featuring murder and mystery, mayhem and madness in 1901 Spokane.” 

— New York Times Bestselling Author William H Keith

The Campbell House

Learn more about the Campbell House‘s history and influence on Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker here.

Historical Locations

Learn more about the other historical locations incorporated in Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker here.

Clock Tower

Learn more about the timeline of the building of the Spokane clock tower here.

Historical Characters

Learn more about the historical characters incorporated in Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker here.

Anna Katharine Green

Learn more about Anna Katharine Green here. Before Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers, nine years before Arthur Conan Doyle’s infamous Sherlock Holmes, there was a female author of American detective fiction whose stories were so clever and well-informed that when they were published people didn’t believe they could have been written by a woman. This was Anna Katharine Green. Her character Miss Amelia Butterworth would inspire Christie’s creation, Miss Marple, and her novel The Forsaken Inn was the first historical mystery. My favorite novels include The Leavenworth Case and That Affair Next Door.

Etymological Research

Learn more about the etymology of words used in Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker here.

Dear Mother

Learn more about the collection of letters written by Marinus Crommelin in 1901 here.

Support Authors Through Your Library

Learn more about how supporting your library supports your favorite authors here. You can find Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker through Overdrive as an ebook or audiobook, or you can order a print copy through normal channels.

If your library doesn’t have it yet, it’s usually a pretty simple matter to request it. Ask your librarian today! (If you need the ISBNs for requesting it, you can find those here.)

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker is available through the Spokane Public Library and Spokane County Library systems. Put a copy in any format on hold today!

Spokane Public Library Presentation

Thursday, November 4 at 6:00 PM PST I’ll be sharing more about the historical research behind the writing of Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker with plenty of time for Q&A afterward!

Open to anyone anywhere! You do not need a library card to sign up. Register here for your Zoom link!

My husband Andrew D Meredith‘s Slavic fantasy Thrice

“Steeped in a wealth of brooding Slavic folklore, Thrice is a deeply personal story of a reluctant father and the mysterious child in his care. It beautifully weaves a tale of personal survival with a much grander narrative of ill-fated bargains and dangerous magic of the past to tell a story that’s both intimate and epic.”

— Graham McNeill, New York Times Bestselling Author of A Thousand Sons

Forced out on the road with the boy left in his care, Jovan determines to journey into the cave of the bear—to seek out those that would do him and his boy harm. It is the boy and his bottomless well of soul-searing magic that they seek. They would do anything to exploit it. And Jovan would do anything to stop them.

Thrice is the first book in the Needle and Leaf series. Now available for pre-order wherever books are sold!

Be sure to sign up for my newsletter here to get a free copy of my short story “Escapades of a Spokane Thief.”

“Everybody has a story to tell. There is somebody who is interested in your story. I promise you you’re not alone. Somebody needs to hear what you have to say.”

— Patricia Meredith, Author of Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker

If you have any questions, be sure to leave me a comment below! Thanks for reading and listening!

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