Enter 1920s Chicago through the Speakeasy Murders series featuring Gina Ricci, who serves drinks and sells cigarettes at the glittery Third Door, a notorious local speakeasy, while tending to her ailing father. Beginning with Murder Knocks Twice, Gina—an aspiring photographer with family on both sides of the law—finds herself involved in several mysterious deaths that raise questions about her own family’s past.
SUSANNA CALKINS, author of the award-winning Lucy Campion series and the Speakeasy Mysteries, holds a PhD in history and teaches at the college level. Her historical mysteries have been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark and Agatha awards, among many others, and The Masque of a Murderer received a Macavity. Originally from Philadelphia, Calkins now lives in the Chicago area with her husband and two sons.