Edenton, North Carolina, Setting for New Mystery/Thriller Novel
Award-winning North Carolina Author's latest in Sam McClellan Tales Series Now Available
This is the premise of North Carolina novelist Laura S. Wharton's new mystery for adults, Stung: A Sam McClellan Tale. Stung is Wharton's ninth novel, and is set in lovely Edenton where Wharton lived for a time. Wharton's other award-winning titles, include Deceived, In Julia's Garden, Leaving Lukens, The Pirate's Bastard, the popular children's Mystery at the Lake House series, and others. Signed copies of Stung are available through Wharton's website, www.LauraWhartonBooks.com, and through independent booksellers vvldt and online retailers. It is also available online for e-book fans.
Referred to as the American P.D. James, Laura S. Wharton is the author of award-winning adventure and mystery novels, including In Julia's Garden: A Lily McGuire Mystery, The Pirate's Bastard, Leaving Lukens, and the first critically acclaimed Sam McClellan Tale, Deceived. Wharton also is the author of books for children, including the popular award-winning Mystery at the Lake House series and others. Her many years of coastal sailing and working on boats fuel this series. Her books involve adventure, fun, a little history, and sailboats. (She is a recovering sailor who could backslide at any moment!) Wharton lives with her husband and son in the Triad region of North Carolina.