In 1936, Verna Garr Taylor of LaGrange, Kentucky, was found dead in a ditch. Her companion, and the main suspect, former Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Henry H. Denhardt, claimed she committed suicide, and he was never charged in her death. Now, 80 years later, national radio host Ian Punnett has put the pieces of this unsolved puzzle together in 'Black Night for the Bluegrass Belle'. Punnett crafts this murder-to-trial-to-murder-to-trial nonfiction narrative with historical detail only a family member could provide. Punnett will be on hand at Subtext Books Monday, November 21, from 5:30-7 pm for a book signing and meet and greet.