Leah A. Zieber is a quilt historian and quilt maker from Temecula, California, specializing in American quilt history and reproduction quilts from the nineteenth century. Her quilts have been exhibited across the country in quilt shows, museums and historical societies and were most recently published in Stars: A Study of 19th Century Star Quilts. Leah has worked closely with Southern California collectors, cataloging, managing, and independently researching their textile collections. Her own collection of antique quilts and related textile items spans one hundred and eighty five years, and she shares her knowledge of American quilt history using her collection in lectures and workshops. Libby Morgan: Reunion is her debut novel and the first in her American Heritage Quilt Series
Libby Morgan: Reunion is a tender, coming of age story about a young girl who learns the truth about her family's past, all the while learning the art of quilt making from her very talented grandmother. Libby's tenacity pushes her family into solving a mystery surrounding her grandmother's first-born twins who were thought to have died and ensures her father's inheritance of a fortune.