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Q: What inspired you to write Stealing History? A: The plot was inspired by a newspaper story (referred to in the book) about the many thefts that occur at local historical societies in New England. Even though I know a little about such places, I was surprised at how much valuable material they have and how difficult it is to protect the holdings
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Julie Williamson is embroiled yet again in another mystery set at the Ryland Historical Society in western Maine. This time, a well-known benefactor is murdered on the morning of the ceremony to celebrate construction of an important new building. William Andrews’ first novel examines life in a small PEI community in the 1940s and 50s as changes, so common in the rest of the world, begin to take hold.
Charles McLean Andrews (February 22, 1863 – September 9, 1943) was one of the most distinguished American historians of his time as a leading authority on American colonial history. He is especially known as a leader of the "Imperial school" of historians who studied, and generally admired the efficiency of the British Empire in the 18th century.
Stealing History is sure to enthrall readers who love to curl up with a good mystery, especially one that . William D. Andrews spent summers in Maine with his family for 18 years until he could find a job to justify a permanent move
Stealing History is sure to enthrall readers who love to curl up with a good mystery, especially one that weaves details of small-town life, delightful characters and history into a suspenseful tale that keeps them guessing up until the last page. Andrews spent summers in Maine with his family for 18 years until he could find a job to justify a permanent move. That happened in 1989 when he became president of Westbrook College in Portland.
com's William Andrews Page and shop for all William Andrews books. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of William Andrews. When not writing, William enjoys cricket, history, collecting interesting coffee mugs, starting arguments for fun even when he secretly agrees with the other person and talking about himself in the third person. When writing, William avoids sleep by drinking copious amounts of coffee. His new year's resolution (already broken) is to work on one project at a time. He is currently working on several books, including a series of children's books under pseudonym.