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Shadow In The Glass


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About the Author

M. E. Hilliard is currently a full-time librarian who started out in retail merchandising. After twelve years of mergers, consolidations, and moves around the country, she went to graduate school and got a Master of Library Science degree. Originally from the Connecticut shoreline, she has never lost her love of quaint small towns, big cities, and fashion, so she indulges that in her writing. A life-long lover of mystery fiction, M. E. currently lives and works in Florida.


Praise for Shadow in the Glass:
“Easy to like and very smart.”
—Seattle Book Review

“For cozy aficionados, this read is sure to please.”
—New York Journal of Books

“A full on 'whodunnit' mystery laced with suspense, memorable characters . . . [and] unexpected plot twists and turns that makes for a compulsive page turning and fun read.”
—Midwest Book Review

“Hilliard does a bang-up job creating a chilling gothic atmosphere.”
—Midwest Book Review

Praise for The Unkindness of Ravens:
“Hilliard’s crime fiction debut is a smash . . . Thrilling, fast-paced, quick-witted, and full of nostalgic references to Greer’s beloved literary detectives, The Unkindness of Ravens will please fans of Christie’s Poirot and Marple, Louise Penny’s Armand Gamache, and, especially, Sherlock Holmes.”
—Booklist, starred review

"[A] first-rate debut and series launch."
—Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Plenty of red herrings and a nice setup for a sequel.”
—Kirkus Reviews

"Atmospheric...Readers who remember those classic girl detective mysteries . . . will appreciate this book."
 —Library Journal

“M.E. Hilliard pulls off a delightful high-wire act in The Unkindness of Ravens . . . Readers who enjoy Louise Penny’s Three Pines will enjoy protagonist Greer Hogan."
—Gwen Florio, award-winning author of the Lola Wicks series

“[An] appealing main character and enjoyable plot.”
—Dorothy Cannell, award-winning author of the Ellie Haskell series

"Moody and tense, literary and urbane, and an edgy delight to read."  

“A terrifically entertaining and deftly crafted read from cover to cover.”
—Midwest Book Review

“An intriguing murder mystery packed with plenty of red herrings and loads of fun references to crime fiction from the golden age.”
—City Book Review

"A chilling atmosphere . . . The book is well-plotted as the body count rises. It's well-written . . . with a bit of an edge."
—Suanne Schafer's Bookshelf

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