THE STREEL event at the Zephyr Theatre with Mary Logue

Mary Logue will be at the Zephyr Theatre on Wednesday, November 3 for a Totally Criminal Cocktail Hour discussion and signing of her new book, THE STREEL.
When Nov 03, 2021
from 16:30 PM to 18:00 PM
Where Zephyr Theatre, 601 Main St. N, Stillwater, MN 55082
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From “the reigning royalty of Minnesota murder mysteries” (The Rake) comes a striking new heroine: a young Irish immigrant caught up in a deadly plot in nineteenth-century DeadwoodMary Logue will be at the Zephyr Theatre on Wednesday, November 3 at 4:30 p.m. for a discussion and signing of her new book, The Streel: A Deadwood Mystery, as part of Valley Bookseller's Totally Criminal Cocktail Hour. She will be joined by Cary Griffith, author of Wolf Kill. Tickets are $10, which includes a $5 shopping coupon for the night of the event, available here.

Mary Logue brings her signature brio and nerve to this story of a young Irish woman turned reluctant sleuth as she tries to make her way in a strange and often dangerous new world. Logue’s new thriller conjures the romance and the perils, and the tricky everyday realities, of a young immigrant surviving by her wits and grace in nineteenth-century America.

"Tersely and beautifully, Logue recreates the muddy streets of Deadwood, the haphazard keeping of the peace, and the rugged hearts and souls of those seeking their fortune in the Black Hills gold rush of the late 1800s. The Streel is both a taut mystery and a cautionary tale of the evils of greed. I loved the redoubtable heroine, Brigid Reardon, and I loved every stunning line of this fine story." —William Kent Krueger, author of This Tender Land

"A well-constructed plot, lilting prose, and a heroine who’s determined to escape constricting female roles make this an exceptional regional historical." —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Logue does a wonderful job of putting the reader into what is barely a town at the end of the civilized world... From Galway to New York to a grand house in St. Paul that could be on Summit Avenue, and then to Deadwood, Brigid learns she can depend only on herself as she builds a life in the new world." —Pioneer Press