Wednesday, December 16, 2020

The Penhallow Train Incident Featured at N N Light’s Book Heaven


Stop by N. N. Light’s Book Heaven for a delightful excerpt from the Penhallow Train Incident.

Who killed the mysterious Egyptian? Is there really a map to the Queen of Sheba’s tomb or is it a myth? Where is the bank robber’s loot? Rachel Tinker and Griffin Tate must find answers before more people die.

The Penhallow Train Incident takes place in the same Maine town as my upcoming release Mrs. Spinney’s Secret. You might want to get in the mood by picking up a copy!

Enter to win a HUGE basket of books, including The Penhallow Train Incident.


Tuesday, December 15, 2020

December Book Giveaway Includes Penhallow Train Incident!


As winter approaches in the Northern Hemisphere, my inner bookaholic rejoices because that means there’s more time to read. There’s nothing better than curling up with a good book. N. N. Light has gathered both new releases and backlist in this giveaway that’s sure to please any booklover. Free e-copy, print and audio books are just waiting for readers to indulge in. You can even enter one of mine. Enter below and good luck! The list is long and personally, I’d love to win myself but alas, I can’t. So, I’ll just live vicariously through the lucky winners. If there’s a particular book or prize you’d like to win, be sure to say which prize you want when you enter via Rafflecopter. Enter below and good luck!

 Tomorrow The Penhallow Train Incident is featured at N. N. Light's Book Heaven--and it's in the HUGE basket of books you can enter to win!

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Friday, December 11, 2020

Mrs. Spinney's Secret Available for PreOrder!

 Come on down to Amazon where you can order a copy of my January 20 release Mrs. Spinney's Secret!

Here's the link:

What do you do when Hollywood takes over your tiny Maine village to make a movie?

Cassidy Beauvoir, chair of the board of overseers of Amity Landing, is ready to throw the bums out; that is, until she meets Jasper MacEwan, the director of American Waterloo: the Rout of the Penobscot Expedition. It’s instant attraction until a series of deadly incidents threatens their budding romance. Are the attacks directed at the movie crew or the townspeople?

As the two search for answers, the trail leads them to long-held secrets of the worst naval defeat of the American Revolution—including betrayal, murder, and a lost hoard of English gold.