Murder at The Nat

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Photo credit: Idaho State Historical Society, State Archives

A Sylvia Morrow Mystery, Book One

It’s 1908, Chicago. The Prescott Agency’s lone female detective receives a telegram: Miss Morrow. Aubrey arrested for murder. Come at Once. Three days and two-thousand miles later, Sylvia Morrow steps off the train in Idaho’s isolated capital city. Her pulse gallops. A bead of sweat trickles from beneath her hat and down the collar of her shirtwaist. She squeezes her handbag, feeling the reassuring heft of the silver-plated Derringer pistol nestled inside. Sylvia Morrow has to come to find the truth. The arrested man is innocent. Her brother is no killer.