Gone on Sunday

by Tower Lowe

Polio disabled Cotton Lee’s leg, but not her sexuality, not her mind, and not her ability to connect the murder of her friend Little Mary in 1972 to that of Bead Baker in 1932. Cotton Lee is a person with a disability but disability does not define her. Gone on Sunday is a literary mystery that follows the lives of the Baker family, their black servants, and the townspeople they knew in Homeville, Virginia. Alternating between 1972 and 1932, Cotton Lee’s investigation into the murder of Bead Baker brings out secrets kept for decades. With suspects ranging from a housewife, to a cook, and even a rumored witch, Cotton Lee needs to find the solution to the first murder in order to know the history of the second.

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Category: Mystery – Historical


by Tower Lowe

Shot while hunting in 1972, Anselm Bannon is the first clue in a literary mystery that opens up a generational saga. Cotton Lee, hired by Max Mayfair to help investigate Anselm’s death, finds ten gold coins minted during the Civil War in Anselm’s satchel. The gold coins turn out to be a gift delivered in 1864 by Union soldier Albert Bannon to his southern mistress, Sophie. Albert dies an unexplained death and the gold disappears for more than a century until Cotton Lee opens the satchel. Once the gold is exposed, the secrets of 1864 begin to leak into 1972.

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