Hello readers! Here’s my latest news. Thanks to the generous spirit of a great mystery writer, Jean Henry Mead, I guest post this week at one of her blogs, Mysterious Writers. Jean is an award-winning photojournalist and best-selling author of at least ten mysteries, including the Logan & Cafferty series and if you’re into mysteries, I seriously suggest you check out her work.
In December Murder On The Rue Cassette published. It is Serafina’s fourth book and besides getting entangled in the death of a countess in Paris, a lot of life happens to her and her family—some of it not so good. When you read the book, I hope the streets of Paris in 1874 come alive for you. The book begins with the dazzle of the first Impressionist exhibit on the Rue des Capucines and quickly segues to a body on the Rue Cassette.
And twenty-two-year old Fina Fitzgibbons found a body in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. The mystery, Too Quiet In Brooklyn published in December. It’s a contemporary mystery. You can read more about it here.
A Visit With The Literary Ladies Book Club
Last week I had the honor of speaking to the Literary Ladies Book Club. They read Death Of A Serpent and had LOTS of questions. Fortunately I re-read the book before the meeting.