Happy St. Patrick’s Day

I am part Irish. Most of my ancestors on my dad's side came from Ireland. They say the Irish are lucky. I don’t know about that; it's not for nothing that so many of them decided to leave Ireland. But I guess I was pretty lucky to have been born when and where I was.... Continue Reading →

Next up?

I am brainstorming my next Beth and Evie mystery book; trying to lay the groundwork for a really good mystery. What adventures next await my dauntless duo? According to James N. Frey, in his book, How to Write a Damn Good Mystery, a really good idea is the first step. So, “bubble, bubble, toil and... Continue Reading →

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Library assistant, Beth Williams is rushing to work through the eerily quiet city park, on the evening of the winter solstice, 1968, when a body rolls down a hill and lands near her feet. The body disappears before the police arrive, and they don’t believe a crime has been committed. So, Beth and her best... Continue Reading →

Book Review of Silent Winter Solstice

D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review Nothing speaks of murder and mystery more than a body discovered and then gone missing. Library assistant Beth Williams faces a special conundrum when this happens to her in Silent Winter Solstice, a cozy historical mystery set in a small town in Northwestern Minnesota in the late 1960s.... Continue Reading →

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