Genre: Urban Fantasy Mystery Book: Death Shifts Gears “The cars we drive say a lot about us.” -Alexandra Paul Besides cars, the plants we grow can also tell a lot about us, our interests, our tastes, and our plans for the world we live in. For instance, I love growing garlic because I find it is much sweeter than the versions I purchase in a grocery store. In Death Shifts Gears, not only will we learn a lot about the murder victim by the car she drove, but by the plants she
Excerpt Listing for Death Takes a Detour Genre: Urban Fantasy Mystery Loss can be devastating. Now, or in 1816. One young woman is about to find out, as she strolls along a graveyard at dusk, that this emotion will re-acquaint her with old friends, introduce her to new ones, and make her re-examine all of her old beliefs. But she must be careful, for when we attempt to change who we are too quickly, it can sometimes inadvertently steer us straight into grave danger. And so be
Talin Higgins, wizard constable Today, I’m excited to be chatting with the fascinating Constable Talin Higgins from the Chipstead nick in Kent, UK. Higgins has a fascinating immigrant history. His grandparents arrived in England from Trinidad in the early 1960s. They had a boy and a girl. The boy married a Scottish lass. The couple had one child, our Talin Higgins. Both his parents perished in a tragic car accident when Talin was just thirteen. His late father’s sister, Mrs.
Judith Chan Judith’s motto: “Be brief, be bright, be gone” by Godfrey Plowright from Paranormal Walk, the best online supernatural news magazine in the UK. Today, I’m excited to be here with the intriguing Constable Judith Chan from the Chipstead nick in Kent, UK. Constable Chan is certainly a mystery. Everyone I’ve spoken to while researching her background for this interview said that she is an exemplary officer, yet, within the space of three years, she’s worked at the Chi
Matthew Robert Livingston, the ghostly Earl of Ashford Today, we are privileged to have with us Matthew (Stone) Robert Livingston, the late Earl of Ashford. The earl was wounded in battle and lost his brother in the Peninsular war. Once home, he fell in love with the talented sculptor Pauline Blackburn (one of her most famous pieces can be found at the Household Cavalry Museum). Details are sketchy about what happened after their momentous meeting, but we do know three fascin
Abigail Grimshaw Today, we are privileged to have the delicious Miss Abigail (Abbie) Grimshaw visiting us. She is a twenty-two-year-old Emergency Medical Technician from the great city of London, who has recently relocated to Chipstead in Kent. This charming village is best known for its wild swimming and the Bricklayer pub that serves large portions and good beer. Since she arrived in Kent, rumors have arisen about strange creatures, ghostly encounters, and inexplicable gian