As he started to climb down, a twig snapped below them. They froze. Something’s being dragged through the underbrush.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Raspberries & Revelations-A new excerpt from Spencer’s Mason’s Mark at Beverley Bateman


Do drop by Beverley Bateman’s wonderful site for a taste of my mystery romance the Mason’s Mark: Love & Death in the Tower. I share a new excerpt exhibiting the powers of observation that rise when two sharp little old ladies get together.

In both the best and worst first day at work ever, docent Claire Wilding meets the man of her dreams, but her carefully rehearsed guided tour of the George Washington National Masonic Memorial collapses when she discovers a body and is drawn into a dark world of black ops and Italian renegade masons, of secret cabals and hidden treasure.

Also cloaked in mystery is handsome Gideon Bliss, a George Washington expert who haunts the Memorial, his manner evasive. What is his secret? Claire fears she'll fall in love with him only to learn he's a thief or even a murderer. Juggling two eccentric mothers, an inquisitive sister, and an increasingly smitten detective, Claire must find answers to a complex web of intrigue, including who to trust and who to love.

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