Cate Quinn is a travel and lifestyle journalist for The Times, The Guardian, and The Mirror, alongside many magazines. Prior to this, Quinn's background in historic research won prestigious postgraduate funding from the British Art Council. Quinn pooled these resources, combining historical research with first-hand experiences in far-flung places to create critically acclaimed and bestselling historical fiction under the name C. S. Quinn.
In her latest novel, Black Widows, Quinn delves into the practices of the Mormon Church. Set in rural Utah, three sister-wives are under investigation for the death of their husband. Weaving a tale of mystery and suspense, her novel is the ultimate plot-driven detective story.
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Presented by the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation