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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Before Kay Kendall began to write books, she was an award-winning international public relations executive, working in the US, Canada, the Soviet Union, and Europe. Ask her about working in Moscow during the Cold War—and turning down a job with the CIA in order to attend grad school at Harvard. Because of her degrees in Russian history, Kay often brings Cold War elements into her tales. She takes great pains in her books to get historical settings and details right—no anachronisms allowed. Kay is president of the Southwest Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America and is a member of the national board of MWA. She and her Canadian husband live in Houston, Texas, and have rescued abandoned pet rabbits for 20 years. They have a tolerant spaniel who co-habits with the three bunnies that currently reside with them. Over the years they have rescued 14 rabbits. ABOUT THE BOOK "AFTER YOU'VE GONE" Twenty-three-year-old Walter MacGregor craves adventure, her desires whetted by Sherlock Holmes tales. Her prayers are answered when her father's rum-running brother Rory lands on the MacGregors' doorstep, fleeing from enraged bootleggers. In quiet Gunmetal, Texas, during Prohibition, Rory's tales of adventure charm Wallie, but appall her father, a respected judge. When a freak accident horrifies the small town, Wallie believes she sees a crime scene that shows evidence of foul play. In short, it's murder. Annoyed that no one agrees with her—including the sheriff and her dad—she sets out to prove her theory. Soon she is knee-deep in flappers and floozies, Chicago thugs sent south by Al Capone, and a crime lord in the sinful port city of Galveston. Her prim aunt wants her to pay more attention to her eligible suitors. Can Wallie stay alive long enough to figure out which one is her true love?
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