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The Burying Ground – meet the author

library kelloughJuly 21 – The Burying Ground readings by author Janet Kellough at the Consecon Branch Library at 1 p.m. and the Picton Branch Library at 7 p.m.

theburyinggroundSomeone is digging up the graves at the Strangers’ Burying Ground in Toronto – the final resting place of criminals, vagrants, indigents, and alcoholics.

The authorities are unconcerned; after all, for years the growing village of Yorkville has been clamouring to have the bodies moved and the Burying Ground closed.

The graveyard’s secrets lead Thaddeus Lewis and his son Luke into the hidden heart of 1851 Toronto where they discover a trail of corruption and blackmail tied to an old sexual scandal and a dangerous enemy intent on vengeance.

Janet Kellough

Janet Kellough

Janet Kellough, the County’s favourite storyteller, has fans casing the book stores in hopes of a glimpse of the fourth installment of her thrilling historical mystery rides with Thaddeus Lewis.

Book four, The Burying Ground, was released by Dundurn Press Saturday, July 11.  Her books are available in most book stores and also available for the Kindle & Kobo e-readers.

Each book in the series stands on its own, but if there’s anybody out there who is new to the series, having all four will give a richly satisfying summer read.

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When the bloated corpse of a man dressed in women’s clothing washes up on the shore of Lake Ontario near Thaddeus Lewis’s home, nothing is found on the body except a small scrap of green ribbon.


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Thaddeus Lewis has relocated to Wellington where a mysterious disappearance in the woods sets in motion a tale that includes murder, mayhem and mysticism against a background of growing religious tension and the colony’s struggle for responsible government.

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In the first book, Methodist circuit rider Thaddeus Lewis is mourning the mysterious death of his daughter as he rides to his new posting in Prince Edward County and tracks a serial killer across 1840s Upper Canada.



Janet Kellough is a professional storyteller and has written and appeared in numerous stage productions that feature a fusion of spoken word and music.

Kellough will read from her new book Tuesday, July 21 at 1 pm at the Consecon branch library and at 7  p.m. at the Picton branch.

She will be performing next on Wednesday, July 22nd time from 7-9 p.m. for storytelling at “The Ceilidh” at Macaulay Heritage Park in Picton. Also, Irish songs, jigs and reels from both sides of the Atlantic.


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