This Saturday, May 25

If you’re in the vicinity of Nanaimo, BC, I hope you’ll join me, Ardelle Holden, Paulette McCarthy, Sydney Preston, and Merrilee Robson at the Harbourfront Library from 1:30-3:00. There will be brief readings, talk about books and writing, and a Q&A from the audience. Should be fun!

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Joys of Binge reading interview and giveaway

Author Jenny Wheeler kindly invited to be on her podcast, The Joys of Binge Reading, to talk about the Louise Faulk series, how I started writing, and the publishing business. Click here or on the picture for the link. We’re also giving away five copies of the first Louise Faulk mystery, Murder in Greenwich Village, so follow the link to find out how to enter to win!

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Murder in Greenwich Village ebook sale!

The countdown to Murder in Midtown begins. Its release day is March 26th.  In the meantime, Louise’s first outing, Murder in Greenwich Village, is a bargain as an ebook at Amazon,  Kobo, and Barnes and Noble right now. Good time to snap it up!

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Murder in Midtown giveaway

There’s a Goodreads giveaway going on right now for a chance to win one of twelve advance reader copies of Murder in Midtown. The contest ends on the 17th, so don’t delay! Follow this link to enter.

Here’s the teaser from the back cover:

Louise has finally gathered the courage to take the police civil service exam, but when she returns to her secretary job at the midtown publishing house of Van Hooten and McChesney, she’s shocked to find the offices smoldering from a deadly, early morning fire. Huddled on the sidewalk, her coworkers inform her that Guy Van Hooten’s body has been found in the charred ruins. Rumors of foul play are already circulating, and the firm’s surviving partner asks Louise to investigate the matter.
 
Despite a number of possible suspects, the last person Louise expects to be arrested is Ogden McChesney, an old friend and mentor to her aunt Irene. Louise will have to search high and low, from the tenements in the Lower East Side to the very clouds above the tallest skyscrapers, to get to the bottom of an increasingly complex case . . .

Murder in Midtown

A new Louise Faulk mystery, coming in March 2019:

Louise has finally gathered the courage to take the police civil service exam, but when she returns to her secretary job at the midtown publishing house of Van Hooten and McChesney, she’s shocked to find the offices smoldering from a deadly, early morning fire. Huddled on the sidewalk, her coworkers inform her that Guy Van Hooten’s body has been found in the charred ruins. Rumors of foul play are already circulating, and the firm’s surviving partner asks Louise to investigate the matter.
 
Despite a number of possible suspects, the last person Louise expects to be arrested is Ogden McChesney, an old friend and mentor to her aunt Irene. Louise will have to search high and low, from the tenements in the Lower East Side to the very clouds above the tallest skyscrapers, to get to the bottom of an increasingly complex case . . .

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Murder in Greenwich Village on sale

Murder in Greenwich Village, the first in my new pre-WWI NYC mystery series, isn’t just out, it’s now on sale! If you’re a Bookbub slave, as I am, there’s never been a better time to load just one more ebook onto your Kindle, Kobo, or Nook!

From the back cover:

A year before World War I breaks out, the sidewalks of Manhattan are crowded with restless newcomers chasing the fabled American Dream, including a sharp-witted young woman who discovers a talent for investigating murder . . .
 
New York City, 1913. Twenty-year-old Louise Faulk has fled Altoona, Pennsylvania, to start a life under dizzying lights. In a city of endless possibilities, it’s not long before the young ingénue befriends a witty aspiring model and makes a splash at the liveliest parties on the Upper East Side. But glitter fades to grit when Louise’s Greenwich Village apartment becomes the scene of a violent murder and a former suitor hustling for Tin Pan Alley fame hits front-page headlines as the prime suspect . . .
 
Driven to investigate the crime, Louise finds herself stepping into the seediest corners of the burgeoning metropolis—where she soon discovers that failed dreams can turn dark and deadly . . .

Big thanks to everyone who buys, and virtual hugs to the wonderful readers who post their reviews and ratings online. It means so much!