Reba White Williams
Reba White Williams worked for more than thirty years in business and finance—in research at McKinsey & Co., as a securities analyst on Wall Street, and as a senior executive at an investment management firm. She graduated from Duke, earned an MBA at Harvard and a PhD in Art History at CUNY. She is past president of the New York City Art Commission and served on the New York State Council for the Arts.
Book Title: Bloody Royal Prints
A prestigious fellowship at the Art Museum of Great Britain was too good for Dinah to pass up, but with a preoccupied husband, her cousin Coleman in New York, and domestic issues at her rented London flat, she finds herself unhappy and alone. Her friendship with Rachel Ransome is a bright note, until an encounter with a member of London society involves them both in royal intrigue.
As Dinah’s household troubles take a sinister turn, and Rachel is accused of murder, Coleman arrives to assist, only to find herself involved in a passionate love affair—will she forego her vow never to marry?
With the help of Heyward Bain, the three women must work to clear Rachel’s name and resolve conflicts centuries old.