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Front Page Murder by Joyce St. Anthony
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Mar 08, 2022 | ISBN 9781643858982

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Praise for Front Page Murder:
“Well written, well researched and with a great sense of time and place, this book gives a different slant to WWII.”
—Rhys Bowen, New York Times bestselling author of The Venice Sketchbook, The Tuscan Child and the Royal Spyness series

“A strong, take-charge female protagonist and a twisty plot to keep readers guessing . . . I fell in love with [Irene Ingram] and know you will too!”
—Annette Dashofy, USA Today bestselling author of the Agatha Award-nominated Zoe Chambers Mystery series 

“A gutsy heroine and a tight, fast moving plot set against the atmospheric backdrop of America’s Homefront in WW2.”
—Tessa Arlen, author of Poppy Redfern and the Fatal Flyers, A Woman of WWII mystery series

“Front Page Murder has it all: a spunky sleuth, a cozy town, and a twisty plot. Mystery fans and WWII history buffs will rejoice as Joyce St. Anthony keeps you engaged from page one through the end. A thoroughly entertaining read.” 
—Liz Milliron, author of The Laurel Highlands Mysteries and The Homefront Mysteries

“Wartime intrigue, small town charm, and a savvy sleuth who’s not afraid to take charge, no matter what the men around her think, make this a highly entertaining and exciting series debut!”
—Alyssa Maxwell, author of the Gilded Newport Mysteries

“When Irene Ingram’s best reporter dies under mysterious circumstances she doesn’t just write about it, she sets out to find his killer.  As the editor of a small town newspaper during World War II, Irene navigates doubts about her abilities, anti-Semitism, conflict at the local wartime industry and suspicions about her new boarder. Fans of historical mysteries will love this perfect blend of mystery and history.”
—Sarah Shaber, author of the Louise Pearlie WWII Mysteries

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