Virginia Davies has a lot going on in her life--a new marriage, new city, new job, a new play--and murder! She married her longtime boyfriend Dr. Andy Clark, then they moved from Orange County, California to Georgetown, Texas, where she took a job as a curator at the prestigious San Gabriel Museum. Her main source of pride, her manuscript--Murder as a Community Project--was optioned for production as a play. Unfortunately, Virginia's propensity for finding trouble followed her from the west coas... more info>>
Humankind has been lucky. The effective means for an undiscovered, perfect murder is illusive. The bottomless fear of discovery has kept most of us from the real life dastardly deed. But what about authors who need to craft a believable plot? Help in planning a poisoning is on the way for mystery writers with this handbook. Those who kill 'fictionally' will find this book a valuable resource!
A crystal skull with a deadly secret leads two women on an adventure across two continents. Virginia Davies-Clark is on special assignment for the Smithsonian, helping to secure archaeological artifacts confiscated from smugglers--treasures worth millions. Since she's prone to dangerous situations, it's no surprise when Texas is hit by a raging hurricane and she's trapped on St. John's Island. What does surprise Virginia is running into her long time friend Donna Boletti. As the women prepare t... more info>>
A mysterious Civil War journal lands in the hands of newspaper columnist Adam Thomas--immersing him in a strange and deadly treasure hunt. When a package arrives at the Williamson County Sun for "Ask Aunt Kay" columnist Adam Thomas, he has no idea who sent it or why. But he's intrigued. It's a 150 year old Confederate Sergeant's journal, detailing his Northern Virginia regiment's travels through Texas--transporting something valuable. Something they desperately wanted to keep safe. With the Unio... more info>>