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Newsletter Dated: 8/13/2007 6:17:21 AM

Subject: Weird Happenngs in New England and The Return of Lou Dunlop

Welcome to the first issue of my long-listed but never written newsletter! My appreciation and apologes to those of you who have had your names on the subscriber list for years and received nothing. The only excuse I can give is that I am reluctant to add to the burden of people's e-mail if I have nothing special to say. I don't know if what I have to say now rises to that level, but I felt it was time to make more of an effort to contact those who have been kind enough to read my books.

WEIRD HAPPENINGS IN NEW ENGLAND

With the publication of THE CRYING GIRL (Avalon Books, April 2007) I have begun a series of mysteries that focus on supernatural events in the New England region. Although these are definitely mysteries (not true supernatural or horror stories) they do rely on the rich tradition of supernatural folktales that goes back more than four hundred years to the time of the first settlers and before. THE CRYING GIRL developed out of my reading about haunted inns, which are plentiful (seems that almost every town has one.) Although it is set in New Hampshire, I did not have one particular place in mind. The Shadsborough Inn is representative of a kind of place that dots the hills of New England. Follow Amanda Vickers and Marcie Ducasse, the intepid editors of ROAMING NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE, as they attempt to catch a murderer who appears to be a ghost.
This book is available from amazon.com (where you can probably get a discount) and avalonbooks.com

GRAVE JUSTICE (Avalon, April 2008) follows the same two women who are the protagonists in THE CRYING GIRL as they head further up into Maine and become involved with seances and sea creatures. A victim who gives clues from beyond the grave and a lake with a prehistoric inhabitant are part of what Amanda and Marcie encounter. I'll fill you in more on this book as it comes closer to publication.

RETURN OF LOU DUNLOP

A few of you may remember the mysteries for young people that I wrote in the late eighties. One of the more popular protagonists was Lou Dunlop, the high school guy who appeared in three of them with his sexy, sometime-girlfriend, Jessie Phillips. These books have travelled many roads from paper back to e-book to paperback. However, they have been largely unavailable except in old editions for the last year or so. I am happy to announce that the first in the Lou series entitled simply, LOU DUNLOP: PRIVATE EYE is back on the case. Equill Books, an e-book publisher, has reissued it. So if you would like to pick up the series from the start go to equillbooks.com and pick it up for a mere $4.00.
I know that many folks think e-books are a pain because you either have to buy a reader, read them on the screen, or waste paper and ink printng them out. But this book is set up to use only about 130 pages of paper, so it is still quite a bargain. If the first books sells, the publisher might well put out the rest of the series. These books --unlike many written for kids today--are really appropriate for children 9 and up.

Well, that's all for now. Let me know if you have any comments either about the newsletter or my books. If there are any topics you would like me to comment on. please let me know. Happy reading!







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