A Stranger in the Storm

A Stranger in the Storm

Grave Heritage Chapter 1 I awoke sitting straight up in bed, my heart doing double time. Was it rain pounding against my bedroom windows or the wind roaring around the house that had awakened me? Jethro, his feline apprehension alerted by my sudden movement, jumped from my bed and darted from the room. Straining to […]

Catching Up With Two Sleuths

Catching Up With Two Sleuths

  An Interview with Darcy and Flora Roving Reporter: Thank you, Darcy and Flora, for taking time out of your busy day to talk to me about your first venture into a life-threatening situation. I’m happy you came through in one piece. Flora: We almost didn’t come through in one piece. You should have seen […]

A Rave Review and an Inviting Website

A Rave Review and an Inviting Website

A huge thank you to Deb Forbes for her great rave review of Moonstruck and Murderous. Just click on  https://mysteryreadingnook.blogspot.com/2019/08/intense-edge-of-your-seat-cozy-mystery.html and it’ll pop right up. I love it! And, while you’re there, take a look at her neat website. You’ll feel like you’ve wandered into a book shop. We had a surprise thunder shower earlier. And, […]

A Wish Written in Stone

A Wish Written in Stone

  Oklahoma and Arkansas have interesting, sometimes violent histories. History isn’t dead or dull; it is part of where we are today and how we came to be this way, and it’s fun to go exploring, backward, into the lives and times of those who lived and died before us. Just across the state line […]

Moon Shadows on the Path

Moon Shadows on the Path

  Chapter 28 The rain stopped and I turned off my windshield wipers. About halfway to Myra’s home, I realized no one in the whole world knew where I was and that was not a good thing. I speed-dialed Cade but got no answer, only his voice mail. Leaving a message, I told him where […]

Cats and Rain and Mysteries

Cats and Rain and Mysteries

  A loud crash jarred me out of a warm slumber. Thunder! The sound of rain on the deck. Wonderful. Just when we need it so badly, grass was beginning to lose its vitality, leaves on trees and flowers were drooping. Thunder still echoes through the dark morning. Storms and rain hold a prominent place […]