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"Skillfully crafted...Richly nuanced period details and vivid characters."
   —Publishers Weekly

Mortal Music

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Mortal Music

Book 7 coming January 27th!

Passions flare and murder strikes during a holiday concert series in 1881 San Francisco

San Francisco music-store owner Inez Stannert has a past that doesn't bear close inspection, including running a saloon in the wide-open silver boomtown of Leadville, Colorado. When prima donna Theia Carrington Drake hears Inez play and demands she replace her accompanist, Inez is tempted, but hesitates. The holiday concert series is a golden opportunity if she is willing to step out from the shadows. Theia's husband/manager Graham Drake offers to sweeten the pot, so Inez accepts—and trouble begins. When murder strikes the Drakes' entourage, stakes soar, secrets emerge, and passions flare. Someone wants the Golden Songbird silenced—but who?

"Meticulously researched and full of rich period details, Mortal Music is a gripping read. Nineteenth century San Francisco springs to life in Ann Parker's capable hands, and her characters will stay with you long after you've finished the last page. Highly recommended."
   —Tasha Alexander, New York Times bestselling author of Lady Emily series

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"Exuberant.... brims with fascinating period details,
flamboyant characters, and surprising plot twists."

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A Dying Note

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A Dying Note

Book 6

 True West Magazine's Best Mystery in "Best of the West 2019"
 Finalist for the Macavity/Sue Feder Memorial Award for Best Historical Mystery
 Finalist for the Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award for Mystery
 Finalist for the Will Rogers Medallion Award in the "Western Maverick" category

Inez Stannert, still the co-owner of Leadville, Colorado's Silver Queen saloon, is settled in San Francisco with her young ward, Antonia Gizzi. Inez has turned her business talents to managing a music store, hoping to eventually become an equal partner in the enterprise with the store's owner, a celebrated local violinist. Inez thought she had left the past behind.

She was wrong.

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