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Please join us for our monthly book discussion. February's' title is Interred With Their Bones, by Jennifer Lee Carrell and is an action-packed mystery about a long-lost Shakespearean manuscript. (bookjones)
On the eve of the Globe's production of Hamlet, Shakespearean scholar Kate Shelton is given what is claimed to be the Bard's long-lost work. When a killer decides to stage theatrical murders as flesh-and-blood realities, Shelton must unlock one of history's greatest secrets. (oregonobsessionz)
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JENNIFER LEE CARRELL holds her Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Harvard University, as well as other degrees in English Literature from Oxford and Stanford Universities. She won three awards for distinction in undergraduate teaching at Harvard, where she taught in the History and Literature Program and directed Shakespeare for the Hyperion Theatre Company. Jennifer is the author of The Speckled Monster, a work of historical nonfiction about battling smallpox at the beginning of the eighteenth century, which USA Today praised as being written "in a compelling, almost novelistic voice." She has also written a number of articles for Smithsonian magazine. Interred With Their Bones is her first novel. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.