Local friend, Betty Keene and Never on Tuesday bookstore owner, Corinne Mitsak talk books at Anna's signing. The book store, situated in downtown Cambridge, MD, has the charm of yesteryear with emphasis on folk art and Eastern Shore of Maryland literature. 

Cousin Irvin Rippons and his Aunt Ruth Tolley, one of the author's closest living relatives and friend since childhood, talk about old times and family history at the "Wanton Woman" signing at Never on Tuesday Bookstore in Cambridge, MD.

A cousin of the author's, Irvin Rippons, talks with her about her books "Murder at Wayside Antiques" and "Wanton Woman" at a signing in the quaint Never on Tuesday bookstore in Cambridge, Md. Rippons, who is compiling a history of the Flowers family took the occasion to share some photos and research material.

The author signed over one hundred hard and soft back copies of "Wanton Woman" for crowds attending at the Historical Library in the downtown square. Since then this book, about the infamous 1940s murders and subsequent trials has continued to sell significantly throughout the state. 

Anna talks about her book, "Wanton Woman" and presents a chart of principle characters at the Junior League luncheon at Eau Gallie Yacht Club.

Marie Gibson singing the "Ballad of Sue Logue," composed by her husband Col. Hal Gibson and based on Anna Flowers' new book, "Wanton Woman". The Junior League of Melbourne hosted this event held at the Eau Gallie Yatch Club.

Speaking on a panel at the FMWA Sleuthfest in Deerfield Beach, Anna Flowers displays her new book, WANTON WOMAN. The three day Mystery Writers of American Writers' Convention is one of the largest in the nation.

Anna chats with her son, Dr. Ben Brotemarkle at her signing of "Wanton Woman" at Barnes & Noble, Merritt Island. Ben, also an author, is Director of the Florida Historical Society, Cocoa Village.

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