If you haven’t tried the first book in my Portia of the Pacific series, then please do so. Chinawoman’s Chance is free. Anita Lock at the Foreword Clarion Review gave it 4/5. Publisher’s Weekly also had high praise for its thriller content, although it is a mystery.
If the first in the series is interesting, then you can also enjoy the other five books in the series, which are also applauded by professional reviews. Kirkus lauded the second mystery, The Spiritualist Murders, and so did Publisher’s Weekly’s BooklifePrize.
The third novel in the series, The Stockton Insane Asylum Murder features readers as patients in the asylum, and the fourth novel mystery The Angel’s Trumpet highlights a corrupt Supreme Court Justice in the Grover Cleveland Administration and was also highly praised in a professional review.
You can order them from my special bundle page, as well as the following deal for my newsletter subscribers only:
All Six Mysteries in the Portia of the Pacific Series (plus three free audiobooks)
For $15.00, you can get all six of these exciting mysteries, filled with historically researched, actual characters from the Wild West, in addition to three included audiobooks for Chinawoman’s Chance, The Spiritualist Murders, and The Dancing Murders. Finally, as an added bonus, you’ll receive a code to access the ePub3 “Choose Your Own Mystery” interactive version of The Dancing Murders also! As with The Stockton Insane Asylum Murder, The Dancing Murders features readers who are fictionalized as characters and suspects in the novel. Please note that the ePub3 version of the sixth novel includes videos, a music playlist for the Wild West, and the interactive “choose your suspect” links.
Thanks for your continuing support, and enjoy your new reads!