Setting Reveal – The Weaver’s Revenge!

As series readers know, curator Chloe Ellefson visits different historic sites and museums in each mystery. There’s been a lot of speculation about the setting for the 11th Chloe Ellefson Mystery, The Weaver’s Revenge, which features Finnish heritage.

Over the course of the series I’ve often featured large and/or famous sites. It’s also important to shine some lamplight on lesser-known sites, where a small group of dedicated volunteers is preserving something special.

That’s what I chose to do this time. Click the photo below to view a video introduction to Chloe’s next destination, Michigan’s Hanka Homestead Finnish Museum!

I hope you enjoyed the mini-tour! I’ll have a lot more to share about the Hanka Homestead in the coming months.

(The book is slated for a spring, 2021 release. It is not yet available for pre-order. I’ll keep you posted!)

14 Responses to “Setting Reveal – The Weaver’s Revenge!”

  1. kathy W Says:

    Excellent!! Can’t wait to read it !!!!

  2. Lois Scorgie Says:

    I’d love to visit the Homestead when I can. Of course, I am excited there will be another book soon.

  3. Ruth Nelson-Lau Says:

    Definitely whetted the appetite. Looking forward to the book

  4. Jill Nisbet Says:

    Just watched a couple videos on the Hanka homestead. This really whets my appetite for the next book!

  5. Rachel Lange Says:

    I am so excited for this one! I can barely wait!

  6. Lynn Najem Says:

    I’m excited to pre-order this!

  7. Teri Luna Says:

    When can I order this on Amazon? I would like to be able to read it on my Kindle.

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