I write books for adults and children, both mystery and non-mystery, historical and contemporary. ”
—Wright skillfully evokes the people and ideas from the age of Enlightenment in her entertaining second mystery featuring Mary Wollstonecraft (after 2011's Midnight Fires) which once again shows how Mary's brilliance as a freethinker could have made her an expert crime-solver. (Publishers Weekly)
Nancy Means Wright is the author of 17 books of poems, nonfiction and fiction--most recently two historical novels featuring real life Mary Wollstonecraft, author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792): Midnight Fires and The Nightmare. A former...