Author Marci Jefferson: Girl on the Golden Coin

February 18, 2014
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


In her first work of historical fiction, debut novelist Marci Jefferson tackles Frances Stuart, whose influence over England's Charles II and rejection of three of the seventeenth century's most illustrious kings became the talk of a nation. Jefferson instills a fierce spirit and spine in the beautiful Frances Stuart, proving she was much more than a royal mistress. What Philippa Gregory did for the Tudors, Jefferson will do for the Stuarts, with the elegant and addictive, "Girl on the Golden Coin." Marci Jefferson grew up in an Air Force family and so lived numerous places, including North Carolina, Georgia, and the Philippines. Her passion for history sparked while living in Yorktown, Virginia, where locals still share Revolutionary War tales. She lives in Indiana with her husband and children. This is her first novel. Visit her website at http://marcijefferson.com/. There is no charge to attend this event. Book sales and signings will follow the presentation. Book sale proceeds benefit the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation. For more information, call the Foundation Office at (317) 814-3905. This program will be held in the Program Room.