Set in Eagles Reach, a fictitious Pacific Northwest hamlet, the Mirabelle series wraps you in the delightful warmth of local tradition while engaging your emotions and challenging your mind.
Eagles Reach finds Mirabelle, a long-widowed forensic nurse, discovering that her new second husband isn’t who he says. Despite evidence she's found, the police don’t believe that her husband is a potential killer. She seeks additional evidence from prior victims’ survivors.
Are her attempts to contact them putting them in mortal danger? Is she next?
In Salish Sea, Mirabelle has just solved a case when she witnesses another murder. Once again, no one believes her. To her chagrin, within a day she’s proven right. The case solved, authorities are ready to stop the investigation. But based on her experience as a forensic nurse, she suspects other motives. She sticks with it.
There’s far more to it than a murder.
Corbin Lewars, Editor, Dane Chapin Ventures, 2017.
This volume of works by fifty-six authors expresses what they would have liked to say to someone if they had been with that person longer. Stories span the full spectrum of emotions, yet always involve an element of love and loss. “I Do Not Know Your Name” is my contribution, about a woman who cared for me in my childhood and who made a huge difference in forming my outlook on life.
“Like our new album Liv On, Just a Little More Time harnesses the power of words to heal, sometimes with humor and sometimes with hope. The stories take the reader through the cycle of life and death, love and loss, and contemplate life after death. The authors of Just a Little More Time transcend sorrow and remind the readers of what it is to love fully."
— Amy Sky, Singer/Songwriter (Amy recorded Liv On with Olivia Newton-John and Beth Nielson Chapman)
Terri Sparr, Editor, Sugati Publications, 2011.
This collection presents turning points in women’s lives, from their own perspective, whether times of happiness or grief. “That Smile" is my personal story of meeting the love of my life after numerous disastrous relationships, and how I knew in the space of a smile that my husband and I were meant to share our lives.
Master Gardener Foundation
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