A.L. Butcher, curator of the Winter Warmer bundle (from Bundle Rabbit) interviewed me about all kinds of writerly things, including my contribution to the bundle, The Tuxedoed Man, the second in my Mendenhall Mystery series. You can read the interview here.
The Winter Warmer bundle launches on December 1 but is available now for pre-order everywhere ebooks are sold. It contains 13 short stories, novellas and novels by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Leslie Claire Walker, Robert Jeschonek, Michael Kingswood, Diana L. Wicker, Jaleta Clegg, Ann Omasta, Janet Dawson, Ann Stratton, Dayle A. Dermatis, J.M. Ney-Grimm, and me.
I’m looking forward to some good reading, now that the snow is here!
The wonderful Rebecca Senese has curated a most interesting bundle of books, just in time for the Christmas season. The Very Mysterious Christmas bundle features 15 novellas and short stories featuring a variety of mysteries set at Christmas time by Dean Wesley Smith, Diana Deverell, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Rebecca M. Senese, David DeLee, Bonnie Elizabeth, Annie Reed, Robert Jeschonek, Louisa Swann, Laura Ware, Russ Crossley, Jamie Ferguson, Lauryn Christopher and DeAnna Knippling. Oh, and me!
Give yourself the gift of reading these Christmas stories and have a Very Mysterious Christmas!
The Forsaken Man is now available everywhere ebooks are sold, with the print edition to follow soon. I’m very pleased with this latest addition to the Mendenhall Mystery series and I hope readers will be, too.
It’s been a long, hard winter and Mendenhall Chief of Police Kate Williams longs for a quiet spring. With her deputy chief still recovering from an attempt on his life, the detachment is short-handed. Then someone steals a tank of valuable bull semen from a local vet and Kate’s constables scramble to investigate, leaving her to deal with a series of thefts and escalating vandalism at a construction site. And then there’s the whole Bert thing…
“Home Run,” my latest short story in the Mendenhall Mystery universe, is now available everywhere ebooks are sold. It was originally published by Flame Tree Publishing in November 2016 in their Crime & Mystery Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) anthology.
At ten years old—almost eleven—Cooper knows more about surviving than most adults. He and his mom have spent the past three years on the run from the monster. Every time they settle down somewhere new, the monster finds them and they have to run again. But Cooper likes their latest home in Mendenhall and he doesn’t want to leave. Even when the monster finds them again.
So this time, he’s going to stop the monster.
“Home Run” is short story set in the world of the Mendenhall Mystery series.