Come meet Kathryn Brewster Haueisen, the author of Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cities (historical fiction novel) and Elizabeth B. Splaine, the author of Devil's Grace (a tense thriller) and Blind Knowledge (a murder mystery) who will be reading from and signing their books.
Weather permitting, we will hold this event outside under our canopy.
Books may be preordered through this website or by phone. If you order through the website, put in the notes how you would like the book signed.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
KATHRYN BREWSTER HAUEISEN’S interest in the Mayflower started when her mother researched the family’s connection to the Brewster passengers. Her curiosity expanded when her daughter married into a family with Native American DNA. Using her skills as a trained journalist and a Lutheran theologian, she retells this famous story of what happened when the English met the Pokanoket people from the perspective of both the English religious refugees and the Natives who discovered them establishing a new community in Cape Cod. Her research included interviews with Native leaders and editors, as well as on-site research in England and Holland.
“We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to Kathryn Haueisen. It has been the beginning of healing for our people. We are honored in how she has reached out to the Pokanoket people and respected our history as she has written this book.” —written by descendants of Massasoit Ousa Mequin
Elizabeth B. Splaine spent eleven years working in health care before switching careers to become a professional opera singer and voice teacher. Six years ago she turned her creative mind to writing and hasn’t looked back. Elizabeth has written the Dr. Julian Stryker series of “Blind” thrillers, as well as two children’s books. When not writing, Elizabeth teaches classical voice in Rhode Island where she lives with her husband, sons, and her dogs.