Dr. Virginia Winters’ second novel The Facepainter Murders was released today. It is available in multiple e-book formats, including Kindle at: http://www.writewordsinc.com and http://www.amazon.com
The Facepainter Murders
Anne McPhail is back in Culver’s Mills, Vermont for a quiet holiday. But Culver’s Mills is an unlucky spot for her vacation. She finds the dead body of a naked man, and is soon helping her friend Adam Davidson to investigate the murder. Who is the dead man and what was his involvement with the theft of a painting and a sampler from the art gallery? Who owns the art, James Trevelyan, an elderly man whose genealogy may hold the key, or the owners of Evan’s, the restaurant where they were found? More bodies turn up as the murderer kills the others in his criminal gang. Then he turns his attention to Anne.
Write Words Inc. is a publishing house in Cambridge, Maryland.
“We are very proud to have published The Facepainter Murders by Virginia Winters, said Arline Chase, publisher. “We are a small company and choose our books carefully. We only publish work from writers we feel are talented and have a lot to offer.”
Dr. Winters’ first book, Murderous Roots, was published by Write Words Inc/Cambridge Books. Other works have appeared in Confabulation2, an anthology available from Wynterblue Publishing, North Bay, Ontario and online at Pine Tree Mysteries, Six Sentences and the Camroc Press Review. Look for three short stories in this year’s Confabulation3.
She enjoys meeting readers at book-signings, speaking to local groups (at the library, community college, clubs, etc.) about her work.
Read her blog at http://www.virginiawinters.ca
Contact: mailto:vwinters ( @ ) sympatico dot ca
vwinters ( @ ) sympatico dot ca
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