Finding Hope Between Light and Darkness, a guest post by Kendall Kulper

One of my favorite blurbs about my book is “The most fun book about murder you’ll ever read,” because it gets to the heart of what I wanted this book to be: touching on the darkness of a serious, important topic but bursting with fun, humor, sweetness, and joy.

In Murder for the Modern Girl, a glamorous flapper who can secretly read minds hunts down bad men in Prohibition Chicago, while a shy sweetheart shapeshifter working in the morgue begins to figure out that all those bodies aren’t ending up dead by accident. The flapper and shapeshifter meet, and in spite of the fact that he’s sort of solving her crimes, she can’t help but fall for him.