Because of recent worries about the coronavirus, for a short time I am making my story "The Children" (first published in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Sept/Oct 2011) available to read here free. It is set at the height of the Spanish flu epidemic. Let's all hope the coronavirus does not take the same course that flu did 102 years ago. I am making the novella that is its sequel, Champawat (Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Sept/Oct 2012), available to read in its entirety, too. You can purchase them together as a single ebook in Kindle, Nook, and Apple stores.
You'll also find information here about my novels, previously in print from Bantam, Simon & Schuster, Ballantine, and Pocket/Pocket Star Books. They are all in ebook stores now, in new editions with new covers. The buttons at right and the pull-down menu above will take you to more about them, including plot descriptions, reviews, and the opening page of each.
When I'm asked which of my novels I'd recommend as introductions to my series, I usually say Prior Convictions (Willa Jansson) and The Good Fight (Laura Di Palma). So I've put them together in an omnibus edition titled--given the theme of both--Politics is Murder. You can find it in Kindle, Nook, and Apple ebook stores.
If you're interested in reading my latest short story, "Snow Job," originally in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (Jan/Feb 2019), it's also in Kindle, Nook, and Apple stores.
I've put a few other short stories online, too. “Dead Drunk” was first published in Scott Turow's anthology Guilty As Charged. It won the Shamus Award for Best P.I. Story of 1996. "The River Mouth" was originally in Tony Hillerman's The Mysterious West, and "Destroying Angel" was in Marilyn Wallace's Sisters in Crime 2.
Best wishes, Lia