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Tag Archives for " historical mysteries "

New flight, new year, new adventures.

I'm sitting in the boarding lounge, early in the morning, sipping on a hot Tim Horton's cappuccino. I'm looking out the large east-facing windows as the dawn breaks over the snowy okanagan valley mountains.It's

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Dance Marathons of the 1930s were savage entertainment.

Death by DancingAs I continue working on edits for Death by Dancing, it continues to amaze me that this kind of savage entertainment existed in modern times. Today I got a letter back from my editor, and

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Women’s rights in the 1920s – How much do you know?

The ‘Roaring Twenties’ introduced a wave of industrial and cultural change in both the US and England: new dances, new music, and more significantly, new attitudes towards women’s rights. Many of

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Murder at Hartigan House – Chapter 1 excerpt

I'm so pleased at how readers are responding to the Ginger Gold Mystery series so far. I wish I could launch the second book today! Good thing June 6 isn't that far away. Here's the first chapter to whet

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Murder on the SS Rosa on Kindle Unlimited!

It's always a little nerve-wracking when you send off a new book into the wild, especially when it's the first book in a  new series. What if people don't like it? What if I wasted all that time writing

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March Month in Review – New Release news and Cover Reveal!

March for me has been a busy month getting the Ginger Gold Mystery Series ready to launch. Murder on the SS Rosa is completed and will soon be available for reviewers. If you want to be part of my review

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