Death and the Decorator

Death and the Decorator is the twenty-first book in the Fethering mystery series. It started with the discovery of a thirty-year-old handbag in a wall during a remodeling job. Its owner, Anita Garner, had gone missing around the same time. Anita worked in the building, which was then a nursingContinue Reading

Locklands

Locklands is the thrilling conclusion to the Founders Trilogy. An evil being is trying to control the world in this excellent computer programming-based fantasy tale. Just as Lord of the Rings depicted the menacing pre-WWII world at the time of its publishing, so this series depicts our QAnon blockchained worldContinue Reading

Muddled Through

Muddled Through is the tenth book in the Maine Clambake cozy mystery series. The small coastal Maine town of Busman’s Holiday is discussing closing four blocks of main street to cars on the weekend during the summer months. Phinney is vehemently opposed to the idea. When he is found deadContinue Reading

The Lies I Tell

After her mother is conned out of their beautiful estate, Meg becomes a con artist herself. Her latest mark is the very person who stole her family’s house. She is being tracked by disgraced reporter, Kat, in The Lies I Tell. This book is a fun cat and mouse tale!Continue Reading

Can't Look Away

In Can’t Look Away, Molly is at certain stage in her life when regrets begin to fester. Should she have stayed with her rock star boyfriend ten years ago? Should she have started her family with her husband Hunter earlier to avoid the fertility issues that she is having withContinue Reading

Building a Second Brain

What used to take an hour of research in a library can now be found in a few minutes with Google. But can our poor brain retain all that information? Can it combine it effectively to create something new? Maybe…but it is more efficient to offload some of that informationContinue Reading