Finally, I have completed Entangled Threads, the eighth novel in the Victorian San Francisco Mystery series, and it has gone up for pre-order, to be published January 25, 2022. I have also just put out a boxed set (as ebook and audiobook) of the previous three books in the series (Pilfered Promises, Scholarly Pursuits, and Lethal Remedies) in case you want to use the next month to get caught up and ready for Entangled Threads. See information below:
Entangled Threads: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery
“Oh what a tangled web we weave. When first we practice to deceive.” –Sir Walter Scott
It is San Francisco in the summer 1882, and Annie and Nate Dawson have finally found a good balance between the demands of family and work. Nate has an interesting legal case defending a young woman who has been left out of her mother’s will. Annie is looking into whether the financial difficulties facing the Potrero Woolen Mills are caused by bad management or bad luck. For her own reasons, Biddy O’Malley is eager to help Annie with her investigation. What none of the three of them could anticipate was how secrets and unexpected entanglements would complicate their search for the truth.
Victorian San Francisco Mysteries: Books 5-7
Annie and Nate Dawson, joined by family and friends from the O’Farrell Street boardinghouse, investigate crimes in books 5-7 of the romantic and suspenseful Victorian San Francisco Mystery series. This boxed set includes Pilfered Promises, Scholarly Pursuits, and Lethal Remedies.
Pilfered Promises: The future looks promising for Annie and Nate Dawson. Nate’s law practice is taking off, Annie has made the transition from pretend clairvoyant to a successful financial consultant, and they are looking forward to spending their first Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays together. Then Robert Livingston, the owner of the Silver Strike Bazaar, hires them to figure out who is stealing from him, and they discover that behind the doors of his “Palace of Plenty,” nothing is quite what it seems.
Scholarly Pursuits: While Annie and Nate Dawson await a blessed event, Nate’s sister, Laura, who is attending the new university across the bay, encounters fraternity hazings, fraught romantic relationships, and fractious faculty politics as she investigates what caused the death of a young Berkeley co-ed. “Something is rotten in the state of Berkeley”–1881 University of California Blue and Gold Yearbook.
Lethal Remedies: Annie has a beautiful child, a loving husband, and a well-run boardinghouse, but she’s feeling restless and unhappy. When she is hired to solve the financial and legal difficulties facing the Pacific Dispensary for Women and Children, San Francisco’s first female run clinic, she finds that getting back into the business of investigating crimes is exactly the remedy she requires.
Now available as ebook and audiobook on Multiple Retailers.
M. Louisa Locke, December 6, 2021