Mysteries & More



Exciting news!

My first Gracie McIntyre Mystery, DEATH IN GLENVILLE FALLS, placed as a FINALIST in the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards!



See the first two chapters here.


Early September is a time for new beginnings in a college town, and Gracie McIntyre braces for hers.

Gracie left the practice of law eighteen years ago, after losing a client to an apparent murder/suicide. Since then, she’s been a stay-at-home mom and part-time professor at the local college. Now that her son has gone off to university and her daughter has started high school, she is ready for a new adventure. But opening a new-and-used book shop gives her more than she bargains for.

Days after her grand opening, she finds a threatening message outside her door. When she refuses to heed the warning, violence escalates. What’s worse, she suspects a police officer might be the culprit. She soon realizes she’s on her own to find a way to save her store—and possibly her life. 

Featuring a cast of eccentric characters, and bringing together a love of books, New England charm, and the challenge of a good puzzle, DEATH IN GLENVILLE FALLS will keep you turning pages right up to the surprising conclusion.  


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Reviews:

5 Stars. Loved it!
Loved this book! Enjoyed it from beginning to end . Love the writer's style. Great debut; looking forward to the next Gracie McIntyre adventure.
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5 Stars. A book you can't put down!
Loved this first in a series! Characters were relatable, and I enjoyed the family dynamic. The mystery kept me guessing and I can't wait for the next book! 
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5 Stars. Great Cozy Read!
Death in Glenville Falls.  is exactly what a cozy should be. A small town location, with all the small town squabbles and tensions, but at it's heart, the kindness and empathy of the main character is what makes this story stand out. So many novels recently seemed to be filled with unlikable characters who are narcissistic and mean. This story with its characters who have realistic troubles and conflicts and yet always an underlying goodness is refreshing. The story unfolds in a leisurely fashion, letting the reader become immersed in the intrigues of the town, and with a subtle feeling of danger as the mystery unfolds. A great cozy read.
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