Starred Review for Death Below Stairs. Captain Lacey updates.

Death Below Stairs received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly! That is no easy feat! I am pleased the reviewer enjoyed it. It begins: “Set in 1881, this exceptional series launch from Ashley (the Shifters Unbound series) introduces Kat Holloway, a brilliant cook employed in the lavish London home of Lord Rankin.”

Read the entire review here: https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-0-399-58551-7

I have started work on Murder in St. Giles (Captain Lacey Book 13). I have been mulling this book for a while and doing research on events of and different aspects of life in 1819. I plan for the book to be out in March 2018, with pre-orders coming in December. I’ll post when I know more.

New Mystery Anthology

Murder Most Historical, an anthology of mystery stories, is now out! Two shorter stories plus a novella take us from the court of Louis XIV to Victorian London. Meet Émilie d’Armand, a lady-in-waiting at Louis XIV’s Versailles, who stumbles across murder and intrigue. Next meet Kat Holloway, a young cook to the wealthy of Victorian London. In her novella (A Soupçon of Poison), she must solve a murder before she is locked away for it. Only Daniel McAdam, a man who is more than he first seems, can help her. Finally, an army lieutenant, returned from Waterloo, must help find out who stole his family’s most prized possession, which has destroyed their honor.

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