Enjoy Mother’s Day with this peek into Mandy Meadow’s backyard. It’s lilac season in Seattle, so I’m sure she would be journaling out in her yard with a good cup of coffee. Don’t know who Mandy is? Check out Journaled To Death (Journaling Mysteries #1) available now!
Journaled to Death comes out in the UK on Halloween, and to celebrate, artist Stand made a coloring page to celebrate! Save to your computer and print it out for you and your loved ones to enjoy!
Hi everyone! Here’s the blurb for my new mystery novel! It’s available in ebook, hardcover, and audio book. Please ask your local library to order it in, and I’d love to see your reviews!
In this clever reimagining of Charles Dickens’s life, he and fiancée Kate Hogarth must solve the murder of a spinster wearing a wedding gown . . .
London, June 1835: In the interest of being a good neighbor, Charles checks in on Miss Haverstock, the elderly spinster who resides in the flat above his. But as the young journalist and his fiancée Kate ascend the stairs, they are assaulted by the unmistakable smell of death. Upon entering the woman’s quarters, they find her decomposing corpse propped up, adorned in a faded gown that looks like it could have been her wedding dress, had she been married. A murderer has set the stage. But to what purpose?
As news of an escaped convict from Coldbath Fields reaches the couple, Charles reasonably expects the prisoner, Ned Blood, may be responsible. But Kate suspects more personal motives, given the time and effort in dressing the victim. When a local blacksmith is found with cut manacles in his shop and arrested, his distraught wife begs Charles and Kate to help. At the inquest, they are surprised to meet Miss Haverstock’s cold and haughty foster daughter, shadowed by her miserably besotted companion. Secrets shrouded by the old woman’s past may hold the answers to this web of mystery. But Charles and Kate will have to risk their lives to unveil the truth . . .
The magnificent Tim Campbell is back narrating book 2 in the A Dickens of a Crime series. Even my kid likes it the sample we heard! It can be preordered now and it will be out in less than a week – July 30th!
I’m going to be busy in August! If you live in Washington State or Arizona, I hope you’ll come see me talk and sign in person! I also have two fun Facebook parties planned. There will be prizes!
August 1 5 pm PST “Online” Facebook party at A Cozy Experience https://www.facebook.com/cozyexperience/
August 2 7 pm: University of Washington Bookstore Mill Creek, WA 15311 Main St, Mill Creek, WA 98012
August 3 10am: Langley Library Langley, WA 104 2nd St, Langley, WA 98260
August 8th 2 pm PST *Online* Facebook party at Soiree with Sandra Masters https://www.facebook.com/groups/229721077589149/
August 10 2pm: Vintage Books Vancouver, WA 6613 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661
August 17 2pm: Poisoned Pen Bookstore Scottsdale, AZ 4014 N Goldwater Blvd Ste 101, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Just a little humor for you. For some reason my image looks fine until I upload it, then it goes sideways. But at least it shows it’s a real paperback! Not only that, it’s just gone on sale on Amazon for a few pennies over ten bucks. Not a bad deal!
A Tale of Two Murders is on sale for $2.99 in ebook for the month of May. Get caught up with the series before Grave Expectations is released at the end of July! https://heatherredmond.com/books/a-tale-of-two-murders/
Long ago, I was the foreman on a trial, and out of that experience came this book. I wrote it over a dozen years ago, so it becomes a bit of a historical piece of Kent, WA, but it’s freshly edited for the reissue and I’m editing the sequel now. If you enjoy legal thrillers and women in jeopardy stories, check it out!