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Mary Ellis

Mary Ellis

About Mary Ellis: Mary Ellis has written twelve award-winning novels set in the Amish community and several historical romances. Before "retiring" to write full-time, Mary taught school and worked as a sales rep for Hershey Chocolate, a job with amazingly sweet fringe benefits. She enjoys traveling, gardening, bicycling, and swimming, and lives in Hinckley with her husband, dog, and cat.

For more on Mary Ellis, visit her website or Facebook page.

Mary Ellis' Speaking Engagements: Mary Ellis speaks about getting published or creative inspiration for stories. Audience: Adult.

 

 

Sunset in Old Savannah

SUNSET IN OLD SAVANNAH (2017): In Savannah, everyone has something to hide. Investigative partners and best friends Michael Preston and Elizabeth Kirby are hired by a wealthy socialite to do surveillance on her wayward husband. When the husband turns up dead, the socialite becomes the police's chief suspect. Mike and Beth must follow the clues through the historic town with more secrets than branches of moss-draped oaks. The duo uncovers a hodgepodge of potential murderers, including a scheming business partner, a resentful mistress, and a ne'er-do-well brother. As praise of their agency gets around, Mike and Beth must hire investigator Kaitlyn Webb to ease the workload. But will ghosts of Kate's past threaten everyone's safety before a killer can be put behind bars?

 

Magnolia Moonlight cover

MAGNOLIA MOONLIGHT (2016): When a local Baptist preacher takes his own life, his congregation is quick to believe rumors, but his widow is certain his death was no suicide. When Price Investigations scratch beneath the surface, they discover Reverend Dean was a victim, not a thief.  The two new partners uncover an elaborate pyramid to bilk millions from unsuspecting non-profits, thousands of miles from the small town of Natchez where no one is whom they appear to be.

30th Annual
Buckeye Book Fair
November 4, 2017
9:30 to 4:00
Fisher Auditorium Wooster, Ohio
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