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Find out more about my novels, what's available now and what's coming soon.
The exciting sequel to Fascinating Rhythm
Murder and mayhem in the 1920s
Kidnapping, murder and a tiger in L.A.
A cozy spy novel (really)
Sid and Lisa are sent to plug a leak in Operation Quickline. But half the adventure is learning about each other.
A romantic fiction serial
WHITE HOUSE RHAPSODY
The first part of the popular romantic serial fiction blog.
Fascinating Rhythm in AudioBook
It is taking some time. Who knew it would be such a complicated process? But the first chapter of the audiobook version of Fascinating Rhythm is in the works. I hope. I'm doing the reading myself. The performance part is relatively easy since I've spent years teaching others how to read aloud effectively. The recording part - well, let's just say I love a steep learning curve.
I did do a couple sample chapters, recorded by Dave Klein from www.davekleinrecording.com. Here's Chapter One to whet your appetite whilst I get the rest of my act together.
A RING FOR A SECOND CHANCE
It isn't the first fantasy that I've written, but it will be the first one published. It's the sequel to a beloved fairy tale, because people's lives don't end just because the story does. The prince is now king but is quickly usurped by his evil cousin. He must hide himself and his growing family among the farmers of his realm in the hopes of building the support he needs to reclaim the throne.
In the Queue
I've got lots of projects in various stages of production. My time travel epic, But World Enough and Time, will start as a serial on my blog later this summer. Check back here for updates
I recently completed the first draft on another historical mystery, this time set in the City of Los Angeles, but not the one you know. L.A. in the 1870s was just a small backwater and the center of winemaking and grape growing in all of California. I'm immensely proud of it but look for it sometime next year. I also recently finished the first draft of a contemporary mystery called Rage Issues, featuring theatre producer and reluctant P.I. Daria Barnes. Don't want to get that one out until I have the sequel started.
I have started the first draft of the fourth Freddie and Kathy novel, Blood Red, but am not sure when that will come out, since it's not even close to being finished.
Not to mention my serials White House Rhapsody and (coming soon) the third Operation Quickline story, Deceptive Appearances. Stopleak, the book, is due out on May 26.