Author Tracee De Hahn Visits Star Line Books For Mystery Date Night Feb. 14

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Tracee de Hahn
Tracee de Hahn

Star Line Books will host a Mystery Date night to discuss Tracee de Hahn’s newest book, A Well-timed Murder, on Wednesday, Feb. 14, from 6:30-8 p.m.  Ms. de Hahn will be at Star Line Books for a night of murder, mystery, and romance. 

Review for the event:

Swiss-American police officer Agnes Lüthi is on leave in Lausanne, Switzerland, recovering from injuries she sustained in her last case, when an old colleague invites her to the world’s premier watch and jewelry trade show at the grand Messe Basel Exhibition Hall. Little does Agnes know, another friend of hers, Julien Vallotton, is at the same trade show?and he’s looking for Agnes. 

The evening will be filled with chocolates, wine, and romance.

Ms. de Hahn writes the Agnes Lüthi mystery series set in Switzerland. She began her career in the practice of architecture. After several years in Switzerland, and receiving an advanced degree in European history, she turned her hand to the non-profit world. She now lives with her husband and Jack Russell Terriers and Flemish Giant rabbit in southwest Virginia in a Victorian house with the foothills of the Appalachian mountains in the far distance. She loves reading and travel and cooking and is an occasional amateur painter.




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