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