The President is Coming to Spokane (in 1901)

The President is Coming to Spokane (in 1901)

Did you miss my presentation with the Spokane Public Library about the President Coming to Spokane (in 1901)?

Never fear! It was recorded, and you can now view at your leisure!

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In this presentation, I took a deep dive into the research behind Book 2 in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries, Cupboards All Bared, which is now available in all formats! I shared more about the Campbell House, Hangman Creek, and the Montvale Hotel, which are all real-life historical locations featured in the book that can still be visited today! 

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Does your library carry the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries? Let me know in the comments! Watch my other video about How Libraries Help Authors to learn more about what an amazing thing libraries are!

Special thanks to the Spokane Public Library for hosting this event and recording it for me to share afterward! Visit their website to find out what the Spokane Public Library has planned next, and put my books on hold!

Cupboards All Bared is now available in all formats!

In this sequel to Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker, we’re once again transported to Spokane, 1901. A body discovered in Hangman Creek looks to be the result of an accidental fall, but what begins as a “simple” mystery for Thomas Carew and his twin brother Bernard quickly becomes a lot more complicated, including implications that tie in with the bombings at the Idaho mines, and perhaps even President McKinley’s planned visit.

Cupboards All Bared is Book 2 in the Spokane Clock Tower Mysteries.

Be sure to visit my Events page to find out when I’ll be doing my next virtual event through a library. The great thing about virtual is that ANYONE can attend from ANYWHERE!

Would you like to schedule an event with me through your library? Have your library email me at author(at) today to start the conversation!

Does your library have a copy of Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Taker and Cupboards All Bared available? Let me know in the comments!

Thank you for watching and reading!

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