Lies of Omission: A Hanneke Bauer Mystery by Kathleen Ernst


When Pomeranian immigrant Hanneke Bauer reaches Wisconsin in 1855, she believes her dearest dreams are coming true. After reuniting with her husband Fridolin at his farm near Watertown, she hopes to help create a true home. Instead, she receives the shocking news that he is dead.

Kathleen Ernst is an award-winning author and former Old World Wisconsin curator. Author of the popular Chloe Ellefson mystery series, this is her debut Hanneke Bauer mystery.

"Ernst takes readers straight into the perils of being a German immigrant in 1955 in Wisconsin. This well-researched and compellingly told tale is a must-read for any fan of nineteenth-century American historical fiction and historical mystery devotees of any era." - Edith Maxwell, Agatha Award winning author of he Quaker Midwife Mysteries.


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