Thursday, November 15, 2012
Summerville resident Mary Elizabeth Reynolds’ new book “Magic Man” hinges on the death of Jack Abbot, a preeminent of antiquarian of the Holy City. The history of the old city and its treasures create a mixture of eras and cultures that are Charleston today and yesterday.
As a lifelong southerner, trained historian, and resident, Mary Elizabeth weaves a murder mystery steeped in the spirit of Charleston. The backdrop speaks to her knowledge and deep familiarity with the eccentric southern city and its outskirts.
Reynolds lives with a trio of demented cats and a Pomeranian posse that control her life. Her training in historical scholarship doesn’t mean a thing to them but does reward her readers.
The books are available in all formats via Amazon and Barnes Noble. Signed personal and gift copies can be sent from the author’s website: www.maryelizabethreynolds.com
Reynolds new book “Magic Man” is set in the Lowcountry.
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