Book Launch

Join us for a vintage garden tea party (outdoors weather permitting, event will be moved indoors if it rains)  June 14, starting at 1:30 p.m. at Hillcrest museum.    If you loved Hope in Oakland and The Night They Came For Til, you don't want to miss Taking Til. 

 We are thrilled to offer Two bit or Toonie tours through Hillcrest with a character in costume! A fun way to donate to beautiful, historic Hillcrest museum.

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 Starting at 1:30 p.m., Lady Harper makes a grand entrance and is thrilled to take you through her be

Taking Til

Back Cover: Nora Blackburn is kidnapped, twelve girls are stolen, and the head of the Bristol Butchers is murdered. Detective Asher Grayson has one suspect— Doctor Til Stone.

When Til Stone clawed her way out of the East End slums, she betrayed members of the Bristol Butchers in 1881 making powerful enemies with long memories.

As Detective Asher Grayson pieces the crimes together, he forces Til to make a devastating choice: abandon her career and go into hiding, or go after the Bristol Butchers and face them down in the streets that nearly destroyed her.

 About the Author: Manitoba Author Rebekah Lee Jenkins writes about the women's rights movement in Manitoba from the turn of the century. Her characters are inspired by Margaret Sanger, Marie Stopes, and Clara Brett Martin. Rebekah's books are known for strong female leads and accurate Manitoba and Canadian history. 

 Taking Til, the third and final book in series, exposes double standards in Canadian law regarding white slavery or human trafficking as we call it now. These clean reads spotlight women who have stood up to oppression and maintain their integrity despite their circumstances. She hopes to use the voices of the past to inspire the next generation of girls and women.

 Jenkins was thrilled to be the first writer in resident at Margaret Laurence House in Neepawa in October of 2017. 

 You are welcome to read more of her work on her website; rebekahleejenkins.wordpress.com

Contact info for Rebekah Lee Jenkins: phone number 204-483-0787, email: bluehillbecky@gmail.com instagram: rebekahleejenkins,

Facebook: Rebekah Lee Jenkins Author 

Website: rebekahleejenkins.wordpress.com

Mailing address: Box 955, Souris MB, R0K 2C0

All three books in series will be available at the launch, Paperbacks $28

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