If you’ve read any of my Point Pleasant series, you know I have a fondness for river towns and an attachment to historic bridges. I’m visiting Joan Hall today with a post about the destruction of another historic bridge and how it inspired a plot thread in Cusp of Night. If you get a chance, pop over and check it out!
While you’re there poke around Joan’s blog and website. She’s a good friend and wonderful mystery writer. Check out her Driscoll Lake series for more small town whodunits!
Hi, Readers. I’m delighted to welcome back friend and fellow author Mae Clair to my site today. She has just released a brand new book, the first of her new Hode’s Hill Series. I’ve had the pleasure of reading this one and I promise you won’t be disappointed. Please give a warm welcome to Mae as she talks about Cusp of Night.
Hello, and thank you so much for having me on your blog today. I’m delighted to be sharing my newest release, Cusp of Night. This book combines past and present timelines, a growing trend in the mystery/suspense genre. I’m not only a fan as a writer, but as a reader, too. I love the back-and-forth element of two mysteries that ultimately need to clash head-on at the end.
In Cusp of Night, I address an assault and disappearances in the present, with an urban legend and…
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