Wayward Shot. Published by BWL
You would think if you killed someone in a graveyard, it would be the perfect place to hide a body; it was, then, Mabel's Wayward Shot ruined everything.
When Mabel slices her golf ball over a stone wall into the nearby town cemetery. She and Violet thought the worst that could happen would be a lost ball. That is until they discover a dead body, and it isn't six feet under. Mabel's ball lays in the middle of the dead man's forehead. Golfers don't kill golfers, or do they?
Death and Denial. My newest mystery published January 5th by BWL
On her way to visit Egypt’s ancient monuments and treasures, Mabel Havelock stumbles on a murder plot. As she cruises down the Nile on a riverboat, the mystery takes on an added twist.
Inspired by Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot, Mabel is determined to solve the mysteries. Unfortunately, Mabel does not possess Hercule Poirot’s finesse. But with the help of her reluctant friend, Violet Ficher and a quirky room steward. Mabel untangles the web of lies and deceit.
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