I'm happy to say my 12 mystery novels are now available as ebooks for any device. In addition to seven novels in the Willa Jansson series and five in the Laura Di Palma series, a collection of my short stories, Lovers and Lawyers, is also on ebook shelves.
My latest story is in Edgars and Shamus Go Golden, Twelve Tales of Murder, Mystery, and Master Detection (ed. Gay Kinman & Andrew McAleer, Down & Out Books, Dec. 2021). All twelve are by writers who won Edgar and Shamus Awards for previous stories. They are set in mystery's Golden Age, the 1920s-1940s. Mine, "The Party," takes place at a lavish Democratic Party event before the 1920 election. A blog post describes my strategy for making the events and tensions of that year pivotal to the action.
If you'd like to know more about the novels — previously in print from Bantam, Simon & Schuster, Ballantine, and Pocket/Pocket Star Books — pull-down menus and buttons will take you to descriptions and reviews. You can read more about the stories in Lovers and Lawyers,here.
The 12 novels have been released as German language ebooks, too. The print editions were published in translation by Rotbuch, Heyne, Econ, and Ullstein Taschenbuch. Now dotbooks offers them in digital format.
Lastly, if you'd like to know which five crime novels I recommend for details about both legal and illegal professions, check this out. Best wishes,