Seneca Falls Series Book 2

North Star Conspiracy

Seneca Falls librarian Glynis Tryon finds herself involved with helping slaves escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad in 1854. When she investigates the mysterious death of a freed slave, a terrible secret from the past is unearthed. She must travel to Richmond, Virginia, where an exciting court room trial reveals the root of the scandalous secret. The opening night of Shakespeare’s MacBeth in Seneca Falls’ new theater exposes the killer after a deadly chase.


Intricately plotted, historically vivid, thoroughly satisfying mystery.

— Publishers Weekly (starred review)

An excellent blend of History, Mystery, and Love story. . . A fascinating glimpse into slavery of the 1800s.

— MLB News

Solid, classically crafted mystery that combines the best of Agatha Christie and Walter Mosley. . . a treasure.

— Syracuse Herald American

A skillful meshing of history and mystery from the American Anne Perry.

— The Poisoned Pen

North Star Conspiracy succeeds as both mystery and historical novel.

— Magill Book Reviews for Dow Jones News

Stimulating fare. . .effectively parallels the powerlessness of slaves and women—the disenfranchised—building to a dramatic courtroom sequence.

— Kirkus Review