Enter to win my Spring Fever Giveaway

Hello!

It’s been a long couple of months for me, and I’ve let giveaways fall to the wayside. So, here’s a new one!

I’m giving away (5) signed paperback copies of “Death Down the Aisle” *&* “A Twisted Case of Murder” – Books 7 & 8 of the Mrs. Lillywhite Investigates murder mystery series. Winners will be drawn on April 15, 2022.

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“Death Down the Aisle”

1920’s London

Rosemary Lillywhite can’t wait for her brother, Frederick, and her best friend, Vera, to tie the knot. She’s over the moon they’ve finally caved in and admitted their love for one another–but even more so than that, she wants them out of her too-crowded townhouse!

The long-awaited–and excessively lavish–country wedding is slated to take place in Pardington in one week’s time, and when an ominous warning arrives Rosemary is relieved she’ll be out of harm’s way. The only problem is, murder seems to follow her everywhere.

When a key member of the wedding party turns up dead, Vera asks Rosemary to turn her back on the case–and the handsome, albeit obnoxious–inspector.

She’s content to wash her hands of it all and focus on her matron of honor tasks, but sleeping dogs don’t always lie–especially when there are secrets yet to be revealed.

 

“A Twisted Case of Murder:

Murder is for the crows.

There’s a mass murderer loose on the streets of London, and he’s dead set on making Rosemary Lillywhite his next victim. After receiving a second death threat, she should have gone straight to her chief inspector beau, Max Whittington–but Rosemary is sick and tired of being treated like she’s made of glass.

How many murder investigations does a lady detective need to solve to earn a little respect?

Rosemary wishes she hadn’t asked that question when another dead body turns up–this time, on her own doorstep–and the papers insinuate she’s the responsible party. In order to clear her name, Rosemary will have to delve deep in to a murderer’s sordid past.

She’ll also have to continue keeping secrets–no matter what it does to her relationship with Max.

Now, everyone’s a suspect in a case that’s even more twisted than murder.