The Case for the Roaring Twenties

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View More: Miley is an Army brat who has lived in Virginia most of her adult life. She received her BA and MA in history from the College of William and Mary and taught American history and museum studies at Virginia Commonwealth University for thirteen years. She is the author of almost 200 magazine articles, most on history, travel, and business topics, and of nine nonfiction books. The Impersonator is her first mystery.

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Mary Miley’s Roaring Twenties

The Impersonator debuted last month. It is my first novel and the first in my Roaring Twenties mystery series. Why did I choose that time period for my setting? Because it is the most intriguing decade in American history.

I’m not alone in that opinion—a resurgence of interest in this fascinating era is evident everywhere you look. Recall recent movies (“The Great Gatsby”, “Midnight in Paris”), best-selling books (The Paris Wife

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