About the Author...
Skye Alexander is the author of more than 40 fiction and nonfiction books. Her stories have appeared in anthologies internationally and her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. In 2003, Skye cofounded Level Best Books with fellow authors Kate Flora and Susan Oleksiw. She lives in Texas with her black Manx cat Zoe.
About the Books...
The Lizzie Crane Mysteries
Never Try to Catch a Falling Knife (August 2021)
What the Walls Know (August 2022)
For Never Try to Catch a Falling Knife
“Alexander's protagonist, Lizzie Crane, is a ball of fire. You'll love her talent, her courage, and her clothes, as she takes on the gentry to solve a murder they’d rather stayed hidden.” –– Kate Flora, award-winning author of A World of Deceit
“An intricate tale of murder in the rarefied world of Boston’s North Shore elite.” —– Susan Oleksiw, author of Below the Tree Line
“A delightful mix of mystery, romance, and the Roaring Twenties set against the background of coastal New England during Prohibition. In actress and singer Lizzie Crane, Alexander has created a refreshing heroine, whose charm and keen understanding of human nature make her an amateur sleuth to watch. Highly recommended.” –– Paula Munier, USA Today bestselling author of the Mercy Carr series
For What the Walls Know
“Set in the Prohibition era…it’s filled with plot twists, intriguing characters, and snappy dialogue…Rich with juicy historical details––especially the motorcars!––and surprising turns, this book should appeal to fans of Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers.” –– The Historical Novel Society’s Historical Novels Review
“Alexander brings the period to life with a twisting tale of murder and mayhem that will satisfy any fan of historical mystery.” –– Edith Maxwell, Agatha-winning author of the Quaker Midwife Mysteries
“Skye Alexander … vividly recreates the Roarin’ 20s through her depiction of the architecture, fashion, literature, and language. She’s also created a smart and sassy heroine in Lizzie Crane with a supporting cast that’s the ‘bee’s knees’.” –– Kevin Kleusner, author of The Killer Sermon
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