It’s 1977 and Jimmy Carter is President. Hannah Scrabble has visited the Mountain City Public Library every Thursday for the past year. One Thursday she realizes another patron has been checking out the same book week after week, all year long. Hannah sets out to find out why, and in the process discovers a threat to the nation that only she can stop.
A shorter companion book to the “Hannah Scrabble Cozy Mysteries” series.
Meet Hannah Scrabble, bullheaded farmer, entrepreneur, skating teacher, spy thriller author and town snoop. It’s 1978, before cellphones and personal computers. Hannah overhears a snippet of conversation in the park which sets her and her longsuffering suitor, Melvin Pearl, on the trail of a ruthless killer. To Hannah’s surprise, their search also points to an unsolved mystery from her own past. Hannah will do just about anything to solve a mystery. If only she could discover who holds the key to her heart.
Bonus – a special preview of “Thursday Mystery, a Hannah Scrabble Cozy Novelette.”
“Mountain City Murder” is also available in regular-print and large-print paperback editions. Below is a sample page from the LARGE PRINT edition. I’ve tried to follow guidelines from low vision groups such as this one:
Low Vision International
What makes a mystery a “cozy” mystery? Follow the link and find out!
Cozy Mystery Definition