Flotsam & Jetsam

What set Ellie off anyway? A thought intruded. No, couldn’t be. He checked her profile. Nah. But his mouth formed a hopeful smile, and he leaned back, humming his favorite tune. Flotsam & Jetsam

The dashing Frenchman or the handsome handyman? Who will she choose? For the Love of a Spy

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Great Review for Artful Dodging: the Torpedo Factory Murders





The grainy black and white photograph showed the marina in front of the Torpedo Factory. The sky was dark, and a few dots of light flickered from the riverboat moored at the dock. In their refracted glow, the boats appeared to dip and sway. A lone figure wearing a hooded sweatshirt leaned into the back of a launch at the end of the dock, too far away to make out his face.

 From a great review by Heidi W. on NetGalley:


“The Artful Dodging is a fun well paced hot romance with the right amount of mystery.  The characters are off beat allowing readers into the world of M.S. Spencer.”



Artful Dodging: the Torpedo Factory Murders, by M. S. Spencer:

Brooding on both the death of her husband and the four needlepoint stockings she has to finish,  not to mention two mysterious murders, Milo Everhart is distracted by the handsome man standing in the pub doorway.
Tristram Brodie, hard-driving lawyer and former Marine, is focused on his plan to convert the Torpedo Factory Art Center into a box store. He is drawn to the beautiful woman watching him, but blocking the road to romance is his proposal to gut her beloved studio.

As Milo and Tristram edge closer to love, they must find a way to overcome not only their differences but also the still painful memory of her loss.



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