Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Many Faces of Molly

This spring it's all about Molly Murphy--my feisty Irishwoman from the early 1900s in New York City. Her first appearance will be on February 6th when she'll star in an e-story called The Face in the Mirror. It's a long short story or a short novella in which she is asked to find out if a woman is going mad or her house is really haunted. It's good stuff and priced at only 99 cents. Cheaper than a candy bar and doesn't put pounds on the hips. If you have friends who haven't tried Molly yet, recommend this sample to them.

Then on March 5 comes the main event-- THE FAMILY WAY, the new hardcover book. Molly, expecting her own first child, is horrifed by a rash of kidnappings in the Lower East Side. She's promised she'll give up sleuthing but asking a few questions can't hurt. The story also brings her in contact with one of her own family, putting both their lives in danger.

Both of the above are available now for pre-order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

But wait, there's more. Minotaur will be releasing Hush Now, Don't You Cry and Murphy's Law as trade paperbcks (you know--the bigger kind that are great for book clubs and traveling)
the whole series will be coming out in audio form on AUDIBLE. I can't wait to hear who is doing the reading as my reader for the Royal Spyness series, Katy Kellgren, is so absolutely brilliant.

So get out your shamrocks, your green sweaters and have a lovely Irish spring with Molly.


  1. "She's promised she'll give up sleuthing but asking a few questions can't hurt."

    LOL. That's our Molly.

  2. I'm so happy to hear that the Molly series will go to Audible!!

    I devoured the audio formats for all Spyness novels. Is it an involved/costly process? Just wondering why they don't all release in audio format at the same time that the paper format is released?