The Unkindness of Ravens 
Greer Hogan is a 40-year-old widowed librarian who makes a mean martini and who never lied about anything she considered important until the night her husband was murdered—because she was with her first love in a downtown hotel at the time of his death. Three years and one career change later, Greer is enjoying her new life in the Village of Raven Hill when she finds the body of her friend in the old Manor house that serves as the Village library. Driven by curiosity, guilt, and lingering questions about her husband’s death, Greer begins to untangle a knot of secrets linking respected Village residents to each other and to two deaths reported as accidents as she works to unmask a very clever killer—before she becomes the next victim.

First in a series. Finalist for the 2017 Freddie Award for Writing Excellence competition--Mystery category, sponsored by the Mystery Writers of America Florida chapter.