DECEMBER 3RD-7TH, 2020
Lady Eleanor's Christmas - Lady Eleanor Mysteries Book 3 In time for the holidays. This novella is for all you readers who asked, "Who is Lady Eleanor? Where did she come from? What's her story?" Here it is, a young Lady Eleanor unraveling crime and finding her heart amid ghosts and monsters with enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes.
Prefer to listen to your books? The Reah is now available in Audible! Narrated by Steve Worsley ... yes, The Steve Worsely with that incredible Scottish voice ... brings this Beauty and the Beast meets Taming of the Shrew tale to life! We mustn't forget the talented Mary Sarah Agliota who narates The Handfasting, An Independent Miss and all of the Lady Eleanor Mysteries. Look for them at audible.com.
Have you read The Gatehouse? Why a deaf hero? I've always been fascinated with Deaf Culture. It's so expressive! In college I wrote, choreographed and directed a short play in deaf sign. Can you imagine a murderer you can't hear stalking you and the woman you love?
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First time reading historical romance? Can't quite picture the difference between a Coracle and a Cog Ship? Illustrations are here! If you have any trouble picturing something in one of the books email to add it here.
Small wickerwork one or two person boat used used in The Reah.
Featured in An Independent Miss
Inspiration for The Bold's home in The Handfasting
Clàrsach ~ The Reah
Alissa played a celtic clàrsach harp
Angus stole one from Wolfstan in The Reah
Used against Maggie in The Handfasting
Birlinn ~ The Reah
Wolfstan's old fashioned fleet of ships
Celtic Cross ~
Maggie's twin's headstone in The Handfasting
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