Praise for Mary Winters
“The atmosphere of Victorian London with its class differences are essential elements in this delightful character-driven historical mystery...”
—STARRED REVIEW Library Journal
“Move over, Bridgerton! This delightful Regency-style romp features a spunky agony aunt and an intriguing gentleman.”
—New York Times bestselling author Rhys Bowen
“Readers will be left wanting to pose their own most pressing questions to Lady Agony from Murder in Postscript... Charming, astute, and just plain fun.”
—USA Today bestselling author Anna Lee Huber
Mary Winters is the author of the Lady of Letters historical mystery series. She also pens cozy mysteries under the name Mary Angela (maryangelabooks.com). A longtime reader and fan of historical fiction, Mary set her latest work in Victorian England after being inspired by a trip to London. Since then, she’s been busily planning her next mystery—and another trip! Mary is represented by Amanda Jain at BookEnds Literary Agency.
About the Series
A Lady of Letters historical mystery series has been described as Bridgerton meets Murder She Wrote. Set in Victorian London, Murder in Postscript introduces readers to Amelia Amesbury, a countess who moonlights as an advice columnist for a weekly penny magazine. Correspondents pour out problems or agonies in their letters to Lady Agony, and Amelia answers in kind. While she loves her charge Winifred and her favorite aunt Tabitha, she craves the excitement of her secret job and persona. The public is increasingly interested in knowing the mysterious writer behind the signature: Lady Agony.