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Ashley Weaver


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Ashley Weaver is the branch manager at Oberlin, the headquarters branch of the Allen Parish Libraries in Louisiana. Weaver has worked in libraries since she was 14; she was a page and then a clerk before obtaining her MLIS from Louisiana State University. She lives in Oakdale, Louisiana. Murder at the Brightwell is her first novel.

Genres: Historical Mystery
 
Awards
Edgar Awards Best First Novel nominee (2015) : Murder At the Brightwell


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Murder in Belgravia (2017)
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Murder At Morrington Hall (2019)
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