Category: News

Updates

I just finished listening to the audio files for A Mystery at Carlton House, so that should be available in a few weeks from Audible and iTunes.

I am writing the next Lacey book, Death at Brighton Pavilion. I’m a little behind on publishing because I did too much traveling last year, and I’m due for more long trips this year. However, I am writing quite a bit, and when I have things finished and scheduled, I’ll post when they will be coming out. As soon as I can do it! I promise.

A new Kat Holloway book will be out June 4. Death in Kew Gardens is finished (just finished proofreading it today), and will be out in print, e-book, and audio in June. I also accepted an offer to write books 4 and 5 in the Kat series, and I’ll have more news on those when I know it.

Order Death in Kew Gardens from:
Amazon
BN
Kobo
Apple
Google
And everywhere books are sold.

  

More Audio Books!

The Alexandria Affair is now available in Audio! James did another fabulous job bringing the characters to life.

Find it on Audible and soon on iTunes.

And if you did not hear me shouting–Murder in St. Giles made the USA Today bestseller list!!! 

Captain Lacey might not agree with the fuss, but I am so happy with how well this series is doing.

Information on his next adventure: A Death at Brighton Pavilion, is coming soon.

Murder in St. Giles on pre-order

I’ve begun the pre-order process for Murder in St. Giles. Find it here:

iBooks 
Barnes and Noble
Amazon

Kobo, Google, and Print to come!

I’ll update with links as I have them. This is Book 13! Captain Lacey is summoned to St. Giles by Brewster who wants him to solve a murder with links to Brewster’s pugilist past.

Speaking of pugilism: At the Historical Romance Retreat in Spokane this past October, a professional pugilist taught a hands-on class (my husband took the class and I sat on the floor in the back and drank tea). It was fascinating to watch the sparring firsthand and learn about the rules (and lack of them). I might have been spying on Gentleman Jackson and the upper-class gents honing their skills! I am thankful for that opportunity. The demonstration brought Regency-style pugilism vividly to life.

 

Also, I heard from James Gillies, who is starting work on the audio book of The Thames River Murders. Yay! I’ll post updates when that’s further along. I can’t wait to hear what he does with it.