Apologies + Journal entry!

The wrong blog post went out earlier - my apologies for any confusion! 

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Murder's a Beach!

A family holiday turns deadly at Brighton Beach. When Ginger and Basil and their family check into a Brighton Beach hotel on a lovely warm day in June of 1926, a shocking discovery upsets their plans to relax in the sun and surf. 
Not only will Ginger not finish her book, she and Basil might not get out alive.

Mayhem All Aboard! ~ Book #8 

One blustery day in October of 1924, newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Basil Reed travel aboard the recently christened Flying Scotsman, a high-speed steam engine train that travels from London to Edinburgh, for their honeymoon. With only one short stop at York, Ginger anticipates time with her new husband will fly by.
She’s wrong. Something terrible has happened in the Royal Mail carriage, which forces the train to stop dead in its tracks. There’s been a death and Chief Inspector Reed has been asked to investigate.
It’s a uniquely disturbing murder and Ginger and Basil are eager to puzzle it out together. What do the first class passengers have to do with the dead man? With another crime shortly discovered, Ginger and Basil soon realize they’re not dealing with a run-of-the-mill killer—they’re dealing with a mastermind who’s not done playing with them yet.



New Journal Entry

We are entering the war years! Keep reading the journal to find out how Ginger ends up becoming part of the secret service. If you're not following and you'd like to, the Journal is available to my newsletter subscribers. You can subscribe HERE. 


 Congratulations to Lois A. for winning the Murder on the Bomb Shelter Contest. Thanks to everyone who entered! 

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  1. Thanks for the journal entries! They really help to understand Ginger’s back story plus I appreciate the history lessons.

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