November News:

Hi, everyone! 

Isn’t it hard to believe we’re already looking at the holidays coming up way too soon? I have a couple of interesting things coming up, too - the first is one of my stories in a Flash Fiction anthology “ Book of Dreams” put out by a Greek publisher, Eyelands. Sometimes the opportunities for publication come from unexpected places - this one’s halfway (or more, not quite sure of the distance) around the world.  It’s available from Amazon. If you’re interested, here’s the link:

This same publisher is putting out “Cozy Crime Stories” later, and I have a short story in that one, too: “Just the Fax” about a romance writer solving a murder through the Internet. Believeable? You decide!

I hope youre reading some great books as we go into winter weather that can keep you cuddled up inside. I’ve just discovered a marvelous writer I hadn’t heard about earlier: Ann Cleeves, who writes murder mysteries set in Scotland and especially in the Shetland Islands, a most interesting area. In fact, her “Shetland” books have been made into a series on PBS. Her plots are amazing!

So, I’m still working on the book I mentioned last month. I’ve renamed it “The Death Box” and finally I’m getting a handle on what it’s all about.

See you in December. If you want to connect with a question or comment, or even just to chat, I’d love that.



 Perfect Suspect -

Finally out in paperback

​​​​Lia doesn’t believe in a happy ever after. She never thought secrets from her past would lead to blackmail and murder, or that Detective Grant Moss, recuperating from being shot on duty, would be so appealing. When her sister destroys important evidence and Lia is threatened, it’s Moss’s job to find the murderer before he kills again.

Will a clever sting capture the killer or just put Grant in front of a bullet again? And is Lia willing to risk her safety and heart for an uncertain future with Grant? 

​Here’s the link to amazon:

I’m still waiting for the paperback copies of The Shopkeeper’s Secret, but the ebook is ready for you now.

​Heres the link to amazon:

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