I got the idea for this story after watching a real-life crime documentary about a murdered teenage girl. She set out for school one day walking through a wooded area and was never to return home again. Her body was discovered several days later, she’d been strangled. Her killer was never found, until years later, when the police discovered they still had her…Continue
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Your book covers are varied and engaging.
If you like Peter Robinson, I think you'll enjoy my books. I'm also a big fan of his.
I'm trying to do more promotions this year and hoping to get back to speaking. Was contacted by a college in NY so I may go. It will be the first time since my youngest son was killed three years ago as we spoke out together.
But I know he'd want me to continue our work.... Promotion yourself is hard though but can't afford to have anyone else do it for me, so guess I have to get down to it and try. Books won't sell themselves sitting in my computer room....good luck with your books.... Shirley
I totally agree with you about multi reading - I always have at least three books on the go.
Usually one crimie, one literary novel and one non fiction. Add to that a possible research book for the writing and maybe a book of poetry ...
My daughter is the same.
My husband and son however do one strictly at a time - maybe it's a gender thing.
If you like your mysteries darker and meatier, then I'd recommend one of the Molly Murphy series--set in New York, 1902. The first is Murphy's Law and that sort of sets up everything. The latest hardcover is In Dublin's Fair City and the latest paperback in Oh Danny Boy.
However, if you enjoy a chuckle as well as a shiver with your mysteries then my Her Royal Spyness might be your cup of tea. It's about the British royal family in the 1930s.
Plenty of Choice.
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