Big Announcement! + What’s Next.

October 24, 2019

WE MADE IT! I asked for help to cross the finish line to USA TODAY and we made the list at #76. Thank you so much for cheering me on and picking up a copy of Six Little Merry Murders. I hope you enjoyed reading Murder by Plum Pudding and discovered other favorite authors on the way. I can vouch that each one of those ladies are top shelf!
Thanks again for celebrating with me! Now I have to get back to Death on Hanover. I think you'll really like this one!

Audio Sale on Chirp (by Bookbub)!

Coming Soon...

The Third Volume of Lady Gold Investigates!

Join Mrs. Ginger Reed~aka Lady Gold, her adventurous sister-in-law Felicia, and her curious dog Boss, as they take these new challenging puzzles. Lady Gold Investigates Volume Three presents The Case of Missing Time and The Case of the Unlucky Cricketer. 

A companion series to Ginger Gold Mysteries, each volume is approximately 20 thousand words or 90 pages. A bite size read perfect for a transit commute home, time spent waiting at an appointment, or to settle into sleep at night. Get your coffee, tea or glass of wine and snuggle in!

Coming this December...

Death by design. . .

Investigative reporter Sam Hawke, alias Mrs. Samantha Rosenbaum, is the first on the scene—what luck!—when a body is found in the yard of St. Stephen’s Church on Hanover Street in Boston.

Dr. Haley Higgins, the assistant Chief Medical Examiner finds the modus operandi of the crime eerily familiar to that of her brother’s, an unsolved murder that has plagued her for years.

Set in the 1930s, this third book in the Higgins & Hawke mystery series will have you biting your nails as Haley and Samantha’s pasts collide. Will Haley finally get to the bottom of the mystery behind brother's death? Will their friendship survive the truth?

Cover Reveal ~ January 2020!

Murder’s a Deadly Secret

Mrs. Ginger Reed—the former Lady Gold—thought her past was dead and buried, but when the mysterious death of a British Secret Service agent threatens to expose her own Great War secrets, she faced with an unimaginable dilemma: break her legal vow to the Official Secrets Act or join the agency again, something she’s loathed to do. 

Because once they own your soul, there’s no getting it back.  


Murder on Fleet Street won't be offered as a preorder ~ sign-up for my newsletter and follow me on social media to stay informed.


Ps. Thanks so much to everyone who entered the Kindle Contest.

I will be announcing the Kindle Fire winner next week. Stay tuned!


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