Suanne Schaffer’s debut novel, A DIFFERENT KIND OF FIRE, was published on November 1st 2018 by Waldorf Publishing. It is a historical women’s fiction and LGBT novel.
GOWN WITH THE WIND is the fourth novel in the Wedding Planner Mystery Series by Stephanie Blackmoore. The first three novels in the series are ENGAGED IN DEATH (June 28th 2016 by Kensington Publishing Corporation), MURDER WEARS WHITE (January 31st 2017 by Kensington Publishing Corporation) and MURDERED BORROWED, MURDER BLUE (January 30th 2018 by Kensington Publishing Corporation). GOWN WITH THE WIND is due to be published on December 18th 2018 by Kensington Publishing Corporation).
KILLER CLASSICS by Kym Roberts is the fifth novel in the Book Barn Mystery Series. It is due out on December 4th 2018 by Lyrical Underground. The other books in the Book Barn Mystery Series are FATAL FICTION (December 6th 2016 by Lyrical Underground), A Reference to murder (May 16th 2017 by Lyrical Underground), PERILOUS POETRY (October 10th 2017 by Lyrical Underground), and lethal literature (May 1st 2018 by Lyrical Underground).
LET THE DEAD KEEP THEIR SECRETS by Rosemary Simpson is the third novel in the Gilded Age Mystery Series. The novel is due out on November 27th 2018 by Kensington. The first two novels in the series are WHAT THE DEAD LEAVE BEHIND (April 25th 2017 by Kensington Publishing Corporation) and LIES THAT COMFORT AND BETRAY (January 30th 2018 by Kensington).
GIRLS ON THE LINE by Aimie Runyan is a beautifully written novel about a group of groundbreaking women who volunteered to join the Army Signal Corps as telephone operators and then risked their lives to travel overseas to the war zone. These women – known as “Hello Girls” – played an important role in the Allied Forces victory at the conclusion of The Great War. The novel is due out on November 6th 2018 by Brilliance Audio.
The Kopp Sisters Series by Amy Stewart brings to life the fictionalized lives of three real life sisters. Thirty-five year old Constance is living on a farm outside Paterson, New Jersey, with her two younger sisters – Norma, the no nonsense sister, and Fleurette, the beautiful teenager who is really Constance’s illegitimate daughter. Constance was not the typical woman of the early 1900s. She didn’t want to stay at home and follow “womanly” pursuits. Instead, Constance would become the first female deputy in the United States.