Samuel French, Inc).
My Crime of Fashion movies at Amazon:
Killer Hair and Hostile Makeover
Links to other ebook
books and digital stores are in progress.)
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BUYING MY BOOKS
My books and plays are available from online booksellers and traditional bookstores. Click on the stack of books at
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Catch up with my savvy fashion sleuth Lacey Smithsonian in her first five stylish adventures!
This bundle of five books is available on Kindle at a special price for a limited time.
RAIDERS OF THE LOST CORSET
Set in the world of Washington, D.C., these five mysteries are where the series
began. Meet Lacey and her charming band of best friends, frenemies, fellow journalists, victims, villains, suspects, and of course,The City That Fashion Forgot.
Too tasty! Too tempting!
Here are ten criminally delicious recipes collected from
my email newsletter, plus a bonus recipe. Originally published as a holiday gift for my readers, this little recipe booklet is now
available as a Kindle ebook from Amazon.
These are recipes that the famous Felicity Pickles might make. (If
she weren't a fictional character in my Crime of Fashion Mysteries.) They are designed to entrap hungry reporters, satisfy a cranky
editor, and even placate the odd homicide detective who happens by The Eye Street Observer's newsroom.