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             September 01, 2021This month's newsletter is now live!  See details here.                                                                         August 26, 2021:  The Speakeasy Murders is featured among this month's mysteries on Smashwords!                                             August 25, 2021:  My 𝓫𝓸𝓸𝓴 𝓻𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 of Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down                   America's Most Powerful Mobster'," in The Journal of African American History.                                                      

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I write historical romance fiction, usually during the 18th century and in a European nation. So far I have published four historical romance novels; two in England, one in France and one in the city-state of Venice.

The Speakeasy Murders is my first mystery/romance novel. The setting is the 1920s in Chicago. The overarching romance is between a black American woman and a European man. 

Thus far I have written primarily in science fiction and fantasy genres, one of which will be released in 2021. I often anthropomorhize time and death, and incorporate transcendence into this type of writing. 

I recently completed my fifth historical romance novel, set in 18th century Milan.

I recently completed my second mystery/detective romance novel. It is another standalone set in the tumultuous 1960s Civil Rights era. The protagonist, a female detective is black American and her husband is British.