With my latest book, I’m moving into new territory — ghosts. Or, more accurately, a ghost. He’s Hetty Fox’s lost love who died when they were young. His presence gives Hetty a problem. She doesn’t believe in ghosts, and she doubts this thing hovering in the middle of her living room is real. So what’s she to make of it? Her first fear is that she’s losing her grip on reality. So before she stumbles off to help her friend, her order to her cat demands that he drive the thing out of their new home.
She should be so lucky.
But the ghost is also a bit of a challenge for me. Like Hetty, I’m not a big believer in ghosts. But I like this one. And in the end, I think Hetty will as well.
The other hangup is that I write mysteries, so there’s not only the reality of the ghost to solve, but there’s a murder to untangle as well. What fun.
Currently this novella is in edits, but it should go live soon. This is the first book in the series. I’m hoping Hetty and her charming ghost will have a long and happy run.
In the meantime, thanks for reading!