Anne Loader McGee

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About The Author

Award-winning children's book writer Anne Loader McGee has published numerous magazine articles for both children and adults. Her work has appeared in the children's section of The Los Angeles Times newspaper and in online e-zines. She won the Young People's Division of the International Peace Award for her Civil War story, Anni's Attic, which also won first place in Historical Fiction in the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards. The Mystery at Marlatt Manor received an Honorable Mention in the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards, and was also short-listed for the Bloom Award.

In addition to The Mystery at Marlatt Manor, The Mystery of the Missing Ming, and The Mystery Beneath Midville Museum in the Cedar Creek Mystery series, Anne has just released a collection of short stories for YA and adults entitled Tales From The Secret Stairwell. This is available as a Kindle download for .99 cents. She is also co-author of the Sing Out Loud instructional singing books for children. Originally from New Zealand, Anne now makes her home in California.


Anne Loader McGee is a wizard of the children's mystery/adventure yarn, and I believe she's spun a classic here! ” - Barbara Giordan, Author
Anne McGee has created a solid page-turner reminiscent of Phyllis A. Whitney's mysteries. Middle grade readers--boys and girls alike--will enjoy unraveling The Mystery at Marlatt Manor. Peggy Tibbets, MidWest Book Review, and Advice from a Caterpillar.” - Peggy Tibbets-Author

— Midwest Book Review

. . . a statue that moves . . . a restless mummy . . . a talking scarab! Strange things happen after the arrival of an ancient Egyptian exhibit from Cairo. The Mystery Beneath Midville Museum with its non-stop action and paranormal intrigue is a 'must read' for all lovers of mystery. Highly recommended! www.examiner.com”
There are a plethora of books on the market about the Civil War but Anni's Attic, by Anne Loader McGee, is one of the best. Written in the first person perspective about life on a Georgia plantation from 1861-1865, it shows the day-to-day experiences of Jennine Parkington and her cousin Annise Bouvoir. Anni's Attic is a novel all secondary school students must read to advance their understanding of the Civil War era. www.examiner.com”

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