The Pit and the Passion

She held her gaze steady, mainly so she could delve deep, deep into those chocolate eyes. Together with his sharp, angular nose and intense, almost predatory, expression, he reminded her of a peregrine falcon on the hunt.

The Pit & the Passion

Monday, April 4, 2016

Griffin Bares All at Wild Women Authors Today

Griffin bares all at Wild Women Authors today (figuratively speaking of course). Veronica and Kat interview the old fellow and ask him terribly personal questions about his love for Rachel in my new mystery/romance The Penhallow Train Incident.

In the sleepy coastal Maine town of Penhallow, a  stranger dies on a train, drawing Rachel Tinker and Griffin Tate into a spider’s web of archaeological obsession and treasure hunting. Before Rachel can unlock the soft heart that beats under Griffin’s hard crust, they must find the map to the Queen of Sheba’s tomb, and solve not one, but three murders.

Discover the gruff, warm side of Griffin here:

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