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…

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…

In this excerpt from A DEAD GUY AT THE SUMMERHOUSE, my paranormal suspense novel set in 1968, the narrator, 17-year-old Mitch, has just learned that Albert, the last man his elderly employer (who wants him to call her Aunt Missy) hired, died on the job.…