Published October 5, 2021 by Book View Café
ISBN: Ebook: 978-1-63632-008-3 Print: 978-1-61138-991-3
The Queen’s Dolls’ House was a gift from the people of Great Britain to Queen Mary, who had worked tirelessly for the nation during the first World War. The Queen’s cousin, Princess Marie Louise, was determined that it would be the perfect English house…all in a one foot to the inch scale.
But what’s the perfect English house without a ghost? And where will Marie Louise find one only six inches tall?
This story is part of Murmurs in the Dark: Thirteen Ghostly Tales from Book View Café, edited by Marissa Doyle and Shannon Page. Get it in EPUB or MOBI from Book View Café as well as from Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple Books, and in print from Amazon.
Andie and her newly-widowed grandmother are spending a quiet September week at their family’s cottage on a Maine lake. Andie hopes the peace of the woods will comfort Gran, and just maybe give her breathing space to make some long-delayed decisions about her own life. A canoe trip one warm moonlit night should be the ultimate in tranquility…or will it? Gran’s past memories of the lake will intrude on the present in strange and wondrous ways, and give Andie an unexpected choice about her future.
Available April 2019
Published September 2018 by Book View Cafe
Everyone knows that the Lady Patronesses of Almack’s Assembly Rooms are the doyennes of London Society, whose smiles or frowns can ensure or utterly sink one’s social aspirations. But not everyone knows that their second, more important job involves keeping the beau monde safe from crime…especially crime of a supernatural nature. Because the Ladies of Almack’s aren’t quite what they appear…and neither is the mysterious allure that a group of debutantes are exerting over their partners one evening at a ball…
Felicity Greendrake has always been sure her fine old New England family—full of daring sea captains and canny east India merchants—is special. When she helps out with a family reunion and meets a distant cousin from a long-lost branch of the family, she discovers just how special some of them are.
Available January 2018
Published August 2017 by Book View Cafe ISBN: 978-1-61138-686-8 (e-book)
17-year-old Jane Wetherby was taught by her older brothers to play The Game, in which ancient battles of history are re-fought on tabletops in the most refined of settings. When her favorite brother is prevented by injury from attending a prestigious tournament, Jane’s aunt encourages her to take his place…