A Julie Williamson Mystery
Julie Williamson is embroiled yet again in another mystery set at the Ryland Historical Society in western Maine. This time, a well-known benefactor is murdered on the morning of the ceremony to celebrate construction of an important new building. As she did in Stealing History, Julie, the historical society's puzzle-loving director, can't help but want to solve the murder, much to the dismay of those around her. From the familiar board of trustees, to the tireless town police chief, to Julie's professor boyfriend, Andrew's presents another suspenseful novel filled with Maine characters and history.
William D. Andrews spent summers in Maine with his family for eighteen years until he could find a job to justify a permanent move. That happened in 1989 when he became president of Westbrook College in Portland. The merger of Westbrook and the University of New England freed him to pursue a lifelong interest in writing, supplemented by freelance editing and consulting for nonprofit organizations. He has published three textbooks on management communication. He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a master's degree and doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania.