Press Release -- Death of a Bawdy Belle
Contact: Marilyn Rothstein
For Immediate Release
LOCAL AUTHOR WRITES THIRD BOOK IN SERIES
There’s an extra witch hanging from the Salem gallows and the sheriff is unhappy. Who killed the mysterious blond beauty?
Local author M. E. Kemp keeps the suspense rising in her new book, DEATH OF A BAWDY BELLE. M. E. Kemp is the pen name for Marilyn Rothstein of Second Street in Saratoga Springs. Under that name Kemp writes a series of historical mysteries featuring two nosy Boston Puritans as detectives. Hetty Henry is a wealthy young widow with connections to high and low society while Increase "Creasy" Cotton is a young Boston minister, a cousin of the famous clergyman, Cotton Mather. Together Hetty and Creasy must uncover the murderer of Arabella Edwards, mistress of the Royal Governor’s secretary. Set in 1692 during the Salem witch trials, this is the third book in the series, following DEATH OF DUTCH UNCLE, which was set in Dutch Albany two years earlier. Both books are published by Hilliard and Harris and obtainable from your local book source or Amazon.com.
Rothstein writes nonfiction articles for many national and regional publications. Her most recent article will appear in the next issue of MYSTERY READERS JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL. Rothstein lives in Saratoga Springs with her husband Jack and two cats, Boris and Natasha, who act as editors for her work.
For a photo of the author please email your request to: Contact@MEKempMysteries.com