High-Wire Heartbreak
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High-Wire Heartbreak  -     By: Anna Schmidt

High-Wire Heartbreak

Barbour Fiction / 2022 / Paperback

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Title: High-Wire Heartbreak
By: Anna Schmidt
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Barbour Fiction
Publication Date: 2022
Dimensions: 8.375 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 1636091377
ISBN-13: 9781636091372
Series: Doors to the Past
Stock No: WW091372

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In 1936--A party at the Ringling mansion Ca d’Zan in Sarasota, Florida, leads to a robbery--and possibly death.

A successful historical mystery writer, Chloe Whitfield comes to Ca’ d’Zan to research her next novel. Chloe’s fascination with the circus is rooted in family stories of her great-grandmother Lucinda Conroy, who reportedly was a trapeze artist of some renown. She’s heard hints of scandal—and perhaps larceny, but no details.

Chloe’s grandmother—rumored to be Lucinda’s only offspring—was raised in an orphanage and never knew her mother. Intrigued as she is, Chloe has no intent of writing about Lucinda until she sees a poster featuring Lucinda as the star performer for a 70th birthday gala for John Ringling in May of 1936. From there the trail goes cold.

Who was Lucinda and what happened to her?

Author Bio

Anna Schmidt is the author of over twenty works of fiction. Among her many honors, Anna is the recipient of Romantic Times’ Reviewer’s Choice Award and a finalist for the RITA award for romantic fiction. She enjoys gardening and collecting seashells at her winter home in Florida.

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