Plumtree Series of Mysteries for Booklovers
Six novels published, Penguin Random House
The mild-mannered publisher of London’s Plumtree Press learns that publishing can be a surprisingly dangerous profession.
Seventeen-year-old Grace Plumtree, penwoman to King Charles II following her father’s death, unleashes the power of family heritage and seeks justice for all in the dangerous year of 1670.
Season of the Crane: Migration of a Cather Scholar
The works of Willa Cather cause one literary scholar to fall in love, in this novel evoking land as character in the season of Sandhill crane migration.
The National Trust Mysteries for Booklovers
This continuation of the Plumtree series takes place in the ancient libraries, secret passageways, moats, walled rose gardens, and family histories of the manor houses of England’s bibliophiles. The completed but as yet unpublished historical Plumtree prequel, Unlocked, contains the Easter egg that sets the stage for this new series.