Delighted to share the news of the latest release from Noelle Granger...an historical novel – The Last Pilgrim: The Life of Mary Allerton Cushman
About the book
This book captures and celebrates the grit and struggle of the Pilgrim women who stepped off the Mayflower in the winter of 1620 to an unknown world – one filled with hardship, danger and death. The Plymouth Colony would not have survived without them.
Mary Allerton Cushman was the last surviving passenger of the Mayflower, dying at age 88 in 1699.
Mary’s life is set against the real background of that time. The Last Pilgrim begins from her father’s point of view – she was, after all, only four when she descended into the cramped and dank living space below deck on the Mayflower – but gradually assumes Mary’s voice, as the colony achieves a foothold in the New England’s rocky soil.
What was a woman’s life like in the Plymouth Colony? The Last Pilgrim will tell you.
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Also by N.A. Granger
One of the recent reviews for Death in a Red Canvas Chair on Goodreads
Rhe Brewster likes to be in the middle of things. She’s an ER nurse and a woman with an insatiable appetite to solve crimes and eat. Luckily, her best friend is a good cook.
Her husband is not a fan of the work she is doing to help the police (and the Chief, his brother), so there is trouble on the home front. Good start to this mystery series; this is the first book, even though it makes mention of an earlier investigation. On to the next book, Death in a Dacron Sail.
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About N.A. Granger
Noelle A. Granger grew up in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in a rambling, 125-year-old house with a view of the sea. Summers were spent sailing and swimming. She was also one of the first tour guides at Plimoth Plantation. Granger graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a bachelor’s degree in Zoology and from Case Western Reserve University with a Ph.D. in anatomy. Following a career of research in developmental biology and teaching human anatomy to medical students and residents, the last 28 years of which were spent at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, she decided to try her hand at writing fiction. The Rhe Brewster Mystery Series was born.
In addition to the Rhe Brewster Mystery Series, Granger has had short stories, both fiction and non-fiction, published in Deep South Magazine, Sea Level Magazine, the Bella Online Literary Review, and Coastal Style Magazine, and has been featured in Chapel Hill Magazine, The News & Observer, The Boothbay Register, and other local press. Granger lives with her husband, a cat who blogs, and a hyperactive dog in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She spends a portion of every summer in Maine.
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Thank you for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to buy Noelle’s latest book. thanks Sally