Charles Finch

Tuesday, February 16 at 7 PM (CST)

 

Join Anderson's Bookshops for a virtual author event with author Charles Finch to celebrate his newest Charles Lenox mystery, An Extravagant Death.  Charles will be joined in conversation by New York Times bestselling author Anna Quindlen!

 

In what promises to be a breakout in Charles Finch's bestselling series, Charles Lenox travels to the New York and Newport of the dawning Gilded Age to investigate the death of a beautiful socialite.

 

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More about the book:

London, 1878. With faith in Scotland Yard shattered after a damning corruption investigation, Charles Lenox's detective agency is rapidly expanding. The gentleman sleuth has all the work he can handle, two children, and an intriguing new murder case.
But when Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli offers him the opportunity to undertake a diplomatic mission for the Queen, Lenox welcomes the chance to satisfy an unfulfilled yearning: to travel to America. Arriving in New York, he begins to receive introductions into both its old Knickerbocker society and its new robber baron splendor. Then, a shock: the death of the season's most beautiful debutante, who appears to have thrown herself from a cliff. Or was it a suicide? Lenox’s reputation has preceded him to the States, and he is summoned to a magnificent Newport mansion to investigate the mysterious death. What ensues is a fiendish game of cat and mouse.
Witty, complex, and tender, An Extravagant Death is Charles Finch's triumphant return to the main storyline of his beloved Charles Lenox series—a devilish mystery, a social drama, and an unforgettable first trip for an Englishman coming to America.

About the author:

Charles Finch is the USA Today bestselling author of the Charles Lenox mysteries, including The Last Passenger (February 2020). His first contemporary novel, The Last Enchantments, is also available from St. Martin's Press. Finch recently received the 2017 Nona Balakian Citation Award, for excellence in reviewing, from the National Book Critics Circle. His essays and criticism have appeared in the New York TimesSlate, Washington Post, and elsewhere. He lives in Los Angeles.