Bio: Marion Moore Hill is a literacy tutor and an enthusiastic public-library supporter. She has been a legal secretary, taught college English and journalism, and owned a small ethnic/gourmet grocery. She loves travel, especially finding interesting places to murder people.
What promises to be a perfect summer for Millie Kirchner--a chance to volunteer at the archaeology site at Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson's secret retreat--turns ominous as first an archaeology intern and then Millie's housemate are murdered. Millie discovers that the deadly past holds the key to the murders in the continuation of this series that links the doings of a founding father to modern times. Mystery by Marion Moore Hill; originally published by Pemberley Press
In 1789 Nathan Henry imitated his neighbor Benjamin Franklin by creating a will not to be read for over two hundred years. In 2001 Millie Kirchner, struggling single-mother, received an invitation to the reading of that will. A trip to historic Philadelphia to meet unknown relatives is almost as alluring as any inheritance. But when one new cousin mysteriously drowns and another is killed, Millie begins to wonder if she might be next. Mystery by Marion Moore Hill; originally published by Pemberl... more info>>
While researching for a local history, librarian Juanita Wills comes across the unsolved 1959 murder of a black teenager, Luther Dunlap, in her then all-white town. When her only witness is poisoned, Juanita fears that her questions have led to his death, but the more she learns about Luther, the charmer who was killed on the Wyndham High School track, the more determined she is to bring his killer to justice. [Second of the Scrappy Librarian mysteries] Mystery by Marion Moore Hill; originally p... more info>>