Nancy Means Wright will discuss her newest novel, Midnight Fires. Afterwards, she'll be available to sign copies of the book. In Midnight Fires, 18th century Mitchelstown Castle hums with intrigue. An impoverished but rebellious English governess (and future author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman) seeks justice after a young Irish rebel and a roguish aristocrat die in cold blood. Nancy Means Wright has published 14 books of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. She lives with her spouse and two Maine Coon cats on a dirt road in the environs of Middlebury, Vermont. (phoenixbooksvt)
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