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Anne Louise Bannon Books In Order

Publication Order of Freddie and Kathy Mystery Books

Fascinating Rhythm (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Bring Into Bondage (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Last Witnesses (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Blood Red (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Old Los Angeles Books

Death of the Zanjero (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Death of the City Marshal (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Death of the Chinese Field Hands (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Operation Quickline Books

That Old Cloak and Dagger Routine (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Stopleak (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Deceptive Appearances (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fugue in a Minor Key (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sad Lisa (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of White House Rhapsody Books

White House Rhapsody Book One (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Tyger, Tyger (2002)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Ring for a Second Chance (2017)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Nose for a Niedeman (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Anne Louise Bannon
An American writer, Anne Louise Bannon has a rich and varied style, largely writing fantasy and science-fiction novels, with a touch of mystery. Really bringing her readers in, her stories engage on multiple levels, allowing her readers to fully explore her lively and exciting worlds. This is something that has brought in many fans for her worldwide, seeing her become a household name for many. Over the years she’s developed herself as an author, drawing from a number of different inspirations, from Shakespeare to Sayers.

This has seen her creating solid mysteries, as well as romance novels, really capturing the imagination of her audience. With tightly plotted narratives, she definitely knows how to craft a compelling story that keeps the reader constantly hooked throughout. Using inspiration from the world around her to help inspire her, many of her books also contain a high degree of authenticity that fully engages too. It’s this genuine and heartfelt down-to-earth quality that really drives her books, making the fully resonate on a personal level.

The characters she also creates are well drawn too, as they manage to convey an extremely real and grounded feeling. Knowing her audience well, she also knows precisely what it is that she wants to say too, delivering it in a clear and confident manner. Resonating worldwide, her books retain a timeless quality, and one that continues to engage and entertain in equal measure. With plenty more titles to follow, she really isn’t stopping anytime soon, and there’s a lot more planned on the horizon.

Early and Personal Level:
Born in Santa Monica, California, in the United States, Anne Louise Bannon was always interested in fiction and what it had to offer her. This would see her writing her first short story at the young of just nine, before moving on to write her first full novel at fifteen. Becoming a fully fledged writer as an adult was the natural culmination of all this, as she would eventually fulfil this lifelong dream.

Previously working as a journalist too, she’s no stranger to writing for a large mass audience, producing work regularly for a number of different publications. Writing for both newspapers and websites, she’s a versatile author, developing her style through a variety of different mediums. Currently living with her husband in Southern California, she has a grown-up daughter, and continues to write to this present day.

Writing Career:
Over the course of her writing career as a whole, Anne Louise Bannon has created a number of different series and franchises. Many of these feature ongoing mystery collections, such as her much loved ‘Freddie and Kathy Mystery’ series of books. She’s also written collections of historical novels too, such as the ‘Old Los Angeles Series’, which is set in 1870s Los Angeles, and has proven to be hugely popular.

Drawing from the works of Shakespeare, she’s developed her own style as an author, making her work relevant for a modern contemporary audience. Active both online and off, she’s a key fixture in her particular genres, and the literary community at large, finding her own key niche and approach. Continuing many of her series, her writing career continues to grow from strength-to-strength, with a lot more on the way.

The Last Witnesses
Originally brought out the ‘Healcroft House’ Publisher’s label, this would be the third title in the ongoing ‘Freddie and Kathy Mystery’ series of books. Providing another case for the duo to solve, it manages to capture the essence of the first two books, while offering a unique spin of its own. Initially released on the 28th of April in 2017, this would feature its own self-contained mystery, but it does bring over some character elements and arcs from before.
Set in the 1920s, this historical series of mysteries really makes the most of the time period that it’s placed within. Located in New York City, it features the editor Kathy Briscow and the millionaire author dilettante Freddie Little, as the come together to solve different mysteries. With many of the stories also taking place across America, it’s very much a period piece, with an intriguing premise and engaging characters.

Freddie’s sister, Honoria, discovers a body dead in her apartment, which disrupts the newly-married bliss of both Freddie and Kathy. The victim was someone that Honoria took in, but it’s a favor that now threatens her entire existence, as it seems there may have been more to the young woman than first met the eye. Now the three of them must solve a huge conspiracy while travelling across country, in a plot that may eventually see them all killed. Will they be able to solve it in time? Who was the victim really, and why was she killed? What will become of the last witnesses?

Death of the City Marshal
Coming out in 2019 on the 10th of May, this would be the second in the ‘Old Los Angeles’ series of historical novels. Published on the Kindle platform, it’s a series set within the 1870s, showing the city of Los Angeles attempting to maintain stability and order, as it becomes civilized in keeping with times. Following the character Maddie Wilcox, a doctor and winemaker, it sees her as she solves different cases, bringing various individuals to justice. Providing another historical mystery series, it shows close attention to detail, which, by this point had become almost a trademark for Bannon and her loyal legion of fans.

It’s 1870 and Maddie Wilcox has nursed the City Marshal back to health after a near lethal gunfight with Joseph Dye, the deputy, as violence erupts on the streets once more. Then, in the morning, Maddie discovers the Marshal to have been smothered in his sleep, leading her into a mystery featuring all those who wished him ill. It appears that the killer is looking to not just satiate a blood-lust though, but is also looking to keep their own home. Will Maddie be able to find the killer before it’s too late? What was really driving them to murder? Will she be able to discover who is behind the death of the City Marshal?

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