This USA Today bestseller brings together the first four books in the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series: Maids of Misfortune, Uneasy Spirits, Bloody Lessons, and Deadly Proof.
This boxed set of four cozy, historical mysteries, set in late nineteenth-century San Francisco, are appropriate for teens to adults, and it is a welcome companion to the Victorian San Francisco Stories Vol 1 and 2 and the Victorian San Francisco Novellas, which feature beloved minor characters.
For those of you who are into audiobooks, Maids of Misfortune is permanently discounted to $3.99 – $4.99 on most retailers, and for the rest of July the Victorian San Francisco Novellas collection of Violet Vanquishes a Villain, Kathleen Catches a Killer, and Dandy Delivers is only $2.99 on Apple Books and Chirp.
A reminder that the ebook editions of Maids of Misfortune and Between Mountain and Sea are both free, and you can find these books and a selection of other series start as part of this FREE FIRST IN SERIES PROMOTION through 7/25
I am slowly working away on Entangled Threads, book 8 in the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series. In this book, both Annie and Nate Dawson are busy working on separate cases. For Nate, it is a case where a woman is mysteriously missing from her mother’s will, and Annie is looking into possible criminal activity in a woolen textile factory. This time, it is the servant Kathleen’s friend, Biddy O’Malley, who is helping Annie with her investigation, by getting employed in the woolen mill. Biddy O’Malley was introduced in Uneasy Spirits, popped up again in Pilfered Promises, and the short story Mrs. O’Malley’s Midnight Mystery was about her mother and family. I am about two-thirds of the way through the first draft of this, with a projected publication date for early Fall. As a preview, here’s the cover!
Hope you all have been staying safe and well in these trying times.
July 17, 2021