interested in the Kerry Grant mysteries,
they are out of print, but I'm hoping to release the
ebooks in the near future. The books include:
Identity Murder, Should Old Acquaintance be Dead, A
Chilling Goodbye, and the previously unpublished
The standalone fantasy,
Direct from the Source will be re-released in 2014.
Since I'm on a
roll, I'm also hoping to finish and release Search
for an Empty Grave through Wellworth Publishing in
2014. Then, I might take a vacation.
will be available soon.
She Overheard Murder
the Nic and Nora Mystery series
29, 1945, Nicole Owen made her first
appearance on the new radio show,
Inez Ingalls, Private I. Her career
began only three weeks earlier when
Stage Manager, Frank Meyers, hired her
to read ad copy and work as an
understudy. When lead actress Carolyn
Park is murdered, Nic moves into both
the starring role and a top spot on the
list of suspects. Cecil Park, husband of
the murdered woman, wants answers. So
does Nora Hahn, Carolyn's 'special
friend' for fourteen years.
II is over, and those who lived through
it want life to return to 'normal'. For
homosexuals, hiding who they are, and
living with insults and often-dangerous
reactions when others discover their
secret, is normal.
Overheard Murder, introduces the
characters in the new Nic and Nora
entertaining, and often fun mysteries
solved by lesbian amateur detectives in
post-World War II Chicago.
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The Woman in the Wing
For the majority of 'Rosie the Riveters'
employed at defense plants,
the work offers little in the way of
excitement. That isn't true for Char
Mercer and Ellie Frazier, who find their
jobs at the factory anything but dull.
Char, a grounded pilot, and Ellie, a
cryptographer for the FBI, pose as
riveters as they try to uncover Nazi
agents thought to have infiltrated the
Ellie's brother, Dave Frazier, another
federal agent and director of the
investigation, discovers information
that leads to the neighboring
Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) air
base. When he
meets Char's commander, Emily Mathison,
he finds his interest in national
defense isn't the only attraction to the
women pilot's program.
Woman in the Wing is a historical
mystery that takes place in a defense
plant. This well-researched book offers
a glimpse into the lives of women who
served at home during World War II, and
sheds some light on the seldom told
stories of the women who ferried
military planes from plants to air bases
around the country.
The Woman in
Seven Cities of Greed
leather journal purchased at a Chicago book auction
promises an adventure in New Mexico for Jacqueline
Tracy and her friends, a group of women of a certain
age. Instead, they find themselves followed by a
modern day conquistador who will stop at nothing to
have the book and the secrets it holds.
about Seven Cities of Greed
Mrs. Quigley's Kidnapping
"My name is Matilda Constance
Draper. Folks still alive that
aren't young enough to call me
ma'am know me as Mattie. Like
most people who've experienced
this thing called life, I've
seen good times and a few not so
good times. That's how it goes.
At sixty-seven, I'm old enough
to know that things happen I
can't control and it's up to me
to do the best I can with the
changes. I've also learned that
if you make friends with
pigeons, you have to be prepared
to accept everything that comes
with them. When I decided to
work as a private investigator,
I knew I'd be dealing with my
share of crap."
When Mattie Draper opened her Chicago detective agency in
1968, she was one of only a
handful of female Private
Investigators nationwide. For
the first three months, her
cases offered no greater
challenge than finding lost pets
and wayward spouses—until
someone kidnapped Diana Quigley.
In a race to find the missing
woman, Mattie tries to untangle
the helpful information supplied
by a growing lists of suspects
Mrs. Quigley's Kidnapping