Author of the “Honeychurch Hall” and “Vicky Hill Mysteries.”
“…Incorporating the tongue-in-cheek British humor with a shivering good mystery. Dennison delivers a novel that both Monty Python and Miss Marple would approve of…”
“This upstairs downstairs cozy should please Downton Abbey fans …” Publishers.
“…Dennison’s book is fast and funny and a little sexy to boot…”
“Just the thing to chase the blues away …”
Autumn is my absolute favorite time of year especially as Vicky Hill’s fifth adventure, Accused! will be out as an e-book and available on audible on November 5, in the USA and UK.
In Vicky’s new adventure, hedge-jumping champ Dave Randall accuses his archenemy, Jack Webster, of sabotaging his dream to compete at the upcoming European Games. Vicky is used to Dave’s histrionics and she turns a blind eye. After all, she has bigger fish to fry—namely solving the mysterious death of worm charming diva Ruth Reeves, whose sudden inheritance has made her very unpopular with old friends and neighbors alike. But when Jack Webster ends up dead, too, there seems to be a strange connection between the pair and Dave becomes the prime suspect.
If you want to know more about the rules and regulations of this bona-fide sport, please go to Extra Bits where you can watch a 3-minute video clip. Brace yourselves. It’s quite something!
Accused! is available for pre-order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble for the bargain price of $2.99 (USA) and Amazon for £2.99 (UK). For a sneak peak, check out my Facebook page where you can read chapter one.
Meanwhile … for my British readers, the UK edition of Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall will also be published on November 5 by Little, Brown (in print and as an e-book). It is also available for pre-order from Amazon and Waterstones. It’s a different cover … but the same story. If you have not yet read the USA edition, you can buy it here. In this, the second Honeychurch Hall mystery, the prospect of a high-speed railway line destroying the Hall and most of Little Dipperton provides a motive for murder. In fact, the very real threat of such a catastrophe is happening right now in the UK. For Brits and anglophiles who cherish our heritage, more information and ways you can help can be found here at HS2 Action Alliance.
As always, I am so grateful for all the support and letters I receive. They mean a lot and I reply to everyone … so keep them coming! And don’t forget to check the calendar … I just might be stopping by your local bookstore or library.
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