Win a Copy of The Framed Women of Ardemore House by Brandy Schillace!


Enter for a chance to win one of 25 copies of The Framed Women of Ardemore House by Brandy Schillace!

About the book:

Jo Jones has always had a little trouble fitting in. As a neurodivergent, hyperlexic book editor and divorced New Yorker transplanted into the English countryside, Jo doesn’t know what stands out more: her Americanisms or her autism. And that was before the body on the carpet.

After losing her job, her mother, and her marriage all in one year, Jo couldn’t be happier to take possession of a possibly haunted (and clearly unwanted) family estate in North Yorkshire. But when the moody town groundskeeper ends up on her rug with three bullets in his back, Jo finds herself in potential danger—and as a potential suspect. At the same time, a mystifying family portrait vanishes from a secret room in the manor, bearing a strange connection to both the dead body and Jo’s mysterious family history.


About the author:

Brandy Schillace is the author of several works of nonfiction, including Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher. She is the creator of the Peculiar Bookclub, a twice-monthly live-streamed YouTube Show and podcast bringing best-selling authors together with their readers. A former professor of English and gothic literature, she has an abiding love of mystery. She writes about gender politics and history, medical mystery, and neurodiversity for outlets such as Scientific American, Wired, CrimeReads, and Medium. She is also autistic, though has not (to her knowledge) been a suspect in a murder investigation.


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