Nearly every historian has at some time yearned to write a novel, in part because it gives us the freedom – to a logical degree – to invent those events and dialogue which we might not be able to document in a history book. I was no exception. On August 27, 1918, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, and Thomas Edison actually did spend the night at the Grove Park Inn, making that evening the perfect backdrop for an historical novel swirling around the Inn’s resident ghost, The Pink Lady, aptly named for her flowing pink gown. It’s a murder mystery story sure to delight anyone who enjoys historical novels. (softcover, 296 pages, $23.00 includes shipping)
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