Here is a new review on Amazon for you to enjoy. This is a very well written novel, the characters are very real, the story interesting and the recreation of the time and place fantastic. I really enjoyed reading this … Continue reading →
My new book Year of the Flu is now for sale on Amazon. It is the true story of a young doctor’s fight to save an entire village in the flu epidemic of 1918.
Innocent Strangers Kindle Book Award Nominee for Mystery/Thrilled (Semi-Finalist) (2013) … Continue reading →
At last! “To Kill A Mockingbird” is one of my favorite books and, by an odd coincidence, I was rereading it on my Kindle when it was announced as the WSJ book club next selection. I couldn’t lay my hands … Continue reading →
In my historical mystery, Innocent Strangers, Lizzie Watkins cooks delicious meals and tempting baked goods for guests of the Red Fox Inn. Here is one of her recipes updated for use for today’s cooks. 20-MINUTE FLAT FUDGE CAKE Stir together … Continue reading →
Missing among the family papers that I inherited was my father’s diploma from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1914. That struck me as odd since the first thing most professionals do is hang their framed diploma on the wall … Continue reading →
The beautiful mansion on the cover of my historical mystery, Innocent Strangers, is a picture of the main house of Sisters of St. Basil the Great in Uniontown. It used to be the home of J. V. Thompson,, a wealthy … Continue reading →
The feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys was the most famous feud in American history. I always vaguely knew about the feud, and I thought, wrongly, that it was a West Virginia hillbilly fracas. In his book, “The Feud” … Continue reading →