Saturday, August 12, 2017

Win a Copy of Ruined Stones

"A mystery with dark and dangerous undercurrents that will keep you turning the pages. A "Must Read" for any serious fan of historical mysteries." -- Doward Wilson

Check out the review of Ruined Stones at KRL News and Reviews and enter to win a free copy.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Thursday, July 27, 2017

More From the Tour

In the wartime issue of The Mystery Readers Journal Mary writes about how criminals in Great Britain took advantage of conditions on the homefront during the Second World War.

At B.K. Stevens Mysteries Mary analyzes how we wrote The First Two Pages of Ruined Stones.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Mary's Blog Tour

We know we've neglected our blog recently. Ruined Stones, the second Grace Baxter mystery set in the UK during World War Two, was published July 4 and Mary has been "away" on a bit of a blog tour. Here are a few places you can read her essays:

Mary visits Lelia Taylor's Buried Under books to write about a vacation walk involving a Bagpiper on the Beach.

At PJ Nunn's bookbrowsing, Mary writes about Character Paper Doll for Promotional Use.

At Marilyn's Musings, Mary describes the "Newcastle flat" type of housing she grew up in and which our protagonist Grace Baxter occupies in our new World War Two mystery Ruined Stones.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Our Detective, Grace Baxter, Talks

Auxiliary Newcastle police officer Grace Baxter recently sat down with author and blogger Terry Odell to answer a few questions about her experiences as the protagonist of our new World War Two mystery Ruined Stones.

Terry: What was your favorite part of being a character in this book?

Grace: I am proud to be able to contribute to the British war effort by following my father into police work, although it has turned out to be very different from his experience and what I had anticipated my role would be.

Read the rest of the interview here:

Character Interview - Erio Reed's Grace Baxter.

Friday, May 26, 2017

A Ghost Story

by Eric proclaimed May International Short Story Month back in 2013. The Short Mystery Fiction Society is celebrating by highlighting members’ online stories.

Today, the featured story is one by SMFS member Mary and her co-writer: “Waiting: A Halloween Short Story” archived at Kings River Life Magazine.