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Meet My 41st Novel!

In case you missed it, I finished my 40th novel, The Executioner, two weeks ago!

This week, I'm already starting my next novel, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT, an adult thriller. Here's the summary so far:

"A husband murdered. A web of lies exposed...and a killer on the run.

Investigative journalist Marnie Wilkes thinks she's found the perfect man. They've just gotten married, bought a house, and are planning their honeymoon. But her picture-perfect life crumbles one night when she wakes to find her husband shot dead beside her in bed, the killer fleeing out into the stormy night.

With the help of homicide detective Bruce Underwood -- her ex-boyfriend from high school -- she makes a startling discovery that everything she knew about her husband was fake from his past to his real name. When the coroner's report comes back, DNA confirms the terrible truth -- that her husband was the serial killer called The Gentleman, known for killing seven victims in the mid 2000's who got away with his crimes.

Left reeling, Marnie has only one choice -- to use her investigative skills to find out who knew her husband's secret and stop his killer before they strike again. With a long list of suspects and enemies, it could be anyone -- even someone she knows..."

It's real spooky and twisty-turny.

I've already written 4 chapters as of this morning. I love the story so far. Now if my damn chronic migraines could leave me alone, I'd be so much happier writing it, lol!

As always, thanks for reading and I hope you're well. July is shaping up to be a good month!

Take care,


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