Two of my local author friends have new releases. Both of these are in my TBR pile!
Murder in Revelation
The irrepressible Kathleen Doyle is back for the twelfth book in author Anne Cleeland’s Doyle and Acton Mystery Series. If you’re a fan of British Police Procedurals, and like your mystery with a hint of the paranormal, you’ll love this series!
Detective Sergeant Kathleen Doyle was investigating a tip she’d received about doctors who were being assaulted at a London free clinic, but—strangely enough—none of the volunteers was willing to give her a statement. Instead, her only witness offered a fanciful tale about supernatural evildoers—which was nonsense, of course; it was clearly an attempt to shift the blame to the appropriate cultural bogeyman.
Although it did seem as though there were a lot of strange things happening, and all of them at once.
A shame, that she had to interrupt the investigation to attend a servant’s funeral at Trestles, but Acton felt they were obligated to go. If only she didn’t feel as though her husband was a little too eager to attend this particular funeral. . . .
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The Forgotten Heiress
Fellow Regency Salon author, Alanna Lucas, has a gem of a Regency romance novella out!
Forced to Marry the Man She Danced with Only Once!
Miss Arabella Gledhill’s lonely upbringing has left her timid and ill-prepared to shine during her first season. But at four and twenty, her scheming aunt and uncle want her off their hands, pressing her to accept the first marriage proposal proffered.
It’s not the way Arabella dreamed it—what chance has she of finding a good, kind man who’ll offer her heart’s desire?
Liam, Lord Kenwreck, has grown weary of his life of licentiousness, although he’s in no rush to wear the parson’s noose, despite the efforts of his mother and sister to find him a suitable match. So how is that, by the end of the season’s first ball, he’s kissed Miss Gledhill in front of the ton and now they’re to wed?
This hasty union is not what Liam imagined, especially when he vowed never to bring dishonour on his family like his cruel blackguard of a father. But married he must be, to this beautiful bride Town gossips have branded the Forgotten Heiress. Who has no experience of the world, let alone a man of the world such as he…
There you go! Happy reading from my author friends!
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