If you like the romance and charm of a classic film, my Double V Mysteries, set in New England in the late 1940s and early 1950s, will remind you of an era when dramatic stories were elegant, subtle, and even a grim walk down a dark alley might unexpectedly lead to the glamour of evening dress and a champagne cocktail. Juliet and Elmer, an heiress and an ex-con, become partners in crime-solving...and more. Enter a world of Mid-Century style and take a back seat in a sleek 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan for a fast ride to lose those mugs still tailing them.
Christmas in Classic Films is now available in eBook and in print!
The paperback, as a stocking stuffer, will be a welcome gift to the classic film fans on your holiday shopping list, and I hope for all readers that Christmas in Classic Films will be a delightful trip to a world of nostalgia. For me, certainly, this publication is a festive beginning to a most festive season.
The Iron Lung Mystery, the 6th in my Double V Mysteries series is now out in eBook and in print -- get your copy here at Amazon!
Recorded replay of Zoom presentation on BESIDE THE STILL WATERS:
Friday, December 3, 2021.
Here is a link to my recorded Zoom talk with photos and maps on the historical background of my novel Beside the Still Waters for the Amherst Historical Society of Amherst, Massachusetts, for those of you who were unable to join us.
The novel, a family saga, is about the four towns that were demolished to create the Quabbin Reservoir in central Massachusetts in the 1920s and 1930s. The story is about community and the loss of community, and how our hometowns make up a big part of our family heritage and our personal identities. Photos and map images accompany the talk.
Here's the link:
Author Talk - Beside the Still Waters - Amherst Historical Society
I hope you enjoy it.
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