Friday, February 21, 2014

Honeymoon In Savannah Is Here

Hello, dear readers:

We have just published our latest murder mystery. It is called "Honeymoon in Savannah: A Detective Santy Mystery."

Here's a brief description:

While on her honeymoon in Savannah, Georgia, Detective Clarissa Santy hopes to spend a nice quiet time with her husband in one of America’s most beautiful cities. She and her husband are both big fans of “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”, so they decide to make a pilgrimage to Savannah to see the sights mentioned in the book. Her time as a tourist is short-lived however when one of Savannah’s famous chefs is brutally murdered. The chef just happens to be Clarissa’s cousin--so this is personal--and Clarissa can’t rest until she finds out whodunit. Was the murderer a fellow chef? Someone hoping to inherit her estate? An angry, jealous boyfriend? A disgruntled employee? Join Clarissa in this riveting tale that climaxes at the famous Bonaventure cemetery.

This book has something for everybody: it’s part murder/mystery; part travelogue; part romance novel; and even includes a search for a buried treasure. What holds it all together is the well-rounded, vulnerable, and funny character of Clarissa, a spirited protagonist we’ve grown to love since we first met her in “The Tustin Chronicles”.     It's available in print and eBook formats at your favorite online bookstore.            

Monday, February 17, 2014

Lewis Hathaway Unmasked!

Who are those smart looking people? Why it's that husband and wife writing team!

We're real professionals now with business cards and everything! Who could want more? Now if we can just figure out what to do with them!

Saturday, February 1, 2014

February Is For Lovers

Happy Valentine's Month:

My husband was almost "the one who got away" in my high school days.  I realized in the second half of our Senior Year in high school, that if I didn't declare my feelings for him soon, we might graduate and never see each other again.

I might have been that lonely girl who goes to high school reunions year after year, hoping that he would show up.

I wrote this novel loosely based on that premise.  The poem in the story is word for word the same one he wrote me.

I'm so very lucky.  The eBook is called "High School Reunion: You Can Go Home Again".  It is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple, and all of your favorite eBookstores.