English mythologist and former art thief Oliver York takes center stage in Thief’s Mark, out tomorrow (July 31) in paperback. He meets his match in MI5 officer and garden designer Henrietta Balfour. They’ve known each other since childhood, when Oliver witnessed the murder of his parents and then was kidnapped by the killers and abandoned in a Scottish ruin.
FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan are wrapping up their Irish honeymoon when a break-in at her art-detective grandfather’s Dublin home takes them to England, just as a man bleeds to death on Oliver’s d… Read More
The Whisperis on sale in eBook for just $.99! It’s the fourth and final book in my Ireland series, but can you guess which character plays a role in my Sharpe & Donovan series? Answer below!
Here’s a bit about the story:
Ancient rituals, modern-day murder—the killing has only just begun.
Archaeologist Sophie Malone is still haunted a year after she was left for dead inside a remote Irish cave. Now she’s convinced that her night of terror is linked to recent violence in Boston. Did the killer under arrest steal the ancient Celtic treasure from the cave that night? Or is another kil… Read More
With the paperback of Thief’s Mark in stores in just two weeks and Impostor’s Lure due out on August 21, my publisher put together this short, fantastic video trailer. It makes me want to dive into the Sharpe and Donovan world! I hope it does you, too. Enjoy!
As anyone who reads my New England settings can probably tell, I’m a huge fan of blueberries, especially wild blueberries. Yesterday we picked up our first pint of locally-grown cultivated blueberries. So good! I’ll be making muffins and cobbler through the season. Click on the underlined links for printable recipes! And here’s the one for muffins…my mouth is watering already…
1 cup wild blueberries (fresh or frozen; I also use cultivated blueberries)
2 cup all-purpose white flour