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Wild Things, the next Shifters short novel is on track to release March 22, in e- and print (audio to follow–narrator is currently working on it).

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Wolf Shifter Mason McNaughton is tired of the crazy feral living in his house, endangering him, his brothers, and his sweet auntie Cora. Ferals are Shifters who’ve reverted to the wild stage, forgetting all about the joys of pizza and satellite TV. Not to mention, Mason is sick of waking up to the feral’s rampages, one of which nearly killed him. The feral has been given sanctuary, so Mason can’t throw him out—the only thing to do is to find a way to cure him.

The problem is, Shifter healers—elusive, Goddess-touched Shifters who have the healing gift—are few and far between. Mason volunteers to go in search of one, and is sent to a psychic in New Orleans who might have an idea of where to start looking.

Mason doesn’t believe in psychics, but Jasmine, the psychic in question, seems to at least put on a good show. Jasmine believes in Shifters all right, but she vowed to never have anything to do with them.

The easiest way to get rid of the growly Lupine, Mason, is to help him, but Jasmine never dreams what that help will drag her into.

I hope you enjoy Jasmine and Mason!!

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The Thames River Murders (Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries) by Ashley Gardner

I am so incredibly thrilled that Thames River Murders it out!! Find it at the usual places:
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Thames River is already the #1 historical mystery at iBooks–very cool!

The series WILL continue! I’m already researching The Alexandria Affair, wherein Lacey and Grenville are able to take their long-anticipated trip to Egypt. Who knows what will ensue? When I know a pub date I will post it (along with pre-order links).

The series will continue after that as well. Lacey will have plenty to deal with after he return from his trip, of course. Once I have the next title determined, I’ll add it to the “Coming Soon” list, along with a pub date.

I’ve had many, many requests for more stories about Kat Holloway, the Victorian cook introduced in A Soupcon of Poison (available in the Murder Most Historical anthology). I will be writing and bringing out A Dollop of Death in the spring, continuing where things left off in Poison. I will also be releasing A Soupcon of Poison alone (outside the anthology), soon. (Unaltered, so if you have the antho, you have it already).

I am so very pleased how well the mysteries are going, better than I ever dreamed. Thank you for sticking by Captain Lacey all these years! Publishing has vastly changed since I first began these books, but Captain Lacey is still going.