In this excerpt from my paranormal suspense novel set in 1968, A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, the narrative character, Mitch, takes his employer’s Pekingese dogs for a walk. Since he’s just learning his way around the house, he takes them by the closest route…

Willowbrook is the estate where Mitch, the narrative character of A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, works for “Aunt Missy,” the elderly recluse of the family. In this excerpt, Aunt Missy explains how Albert, the “dead guy” of the title, came there. A DEAD GUY…

There’s a new teller at the branch where I bank, and he probably wonders why I remember his name and not anybody else’s. No, he probably thinks it’s because he’s cute. Well, he is cute, but the reason I remember his name is that it’s…

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