Death in Delmarva 2016 Freddie Finalist
A dead woman. A live baby. A missing father. Sometimes a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do, like finding the baby's father—even if it leads to death in Delmarva.
2019. Black Rose Writing. ISBN: 978-1-68433-225-0
1966. Washington, D.C. To survive in this town, sometimes a good girl has to be bad. Really bad. A one-night stand forces the typist to become a spy. Winner, Firebird Book Award for suspense, 2022.
2018. Black Rose Writing. ISBN: 978-1-68433-069-0
Enough! Thirty Stories of Fielding Life's Little Curve Balls
It pays well, but it's the job from hell. The rockers partying next door are ruining her sleep. Thirty stories like this cover the many ways people handle life's surprises.
2018. Literary Wanderlust. ISBN: 978-1-942856-21-4
Loose Ends Goodreads "best thriller set in DC"
Two sisters on the run—one from a murder charge and the other from a life reduced to ashes. Hiding from the police turns out to be just as hard as hiding from the past. Winner, Firebird Book Award for crime, 2022.
2017. Moonshine Cove Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-945181-26-9
Jewelry from a Grave
Her roommate is missing, but the only person who might know about it is the thug whose brutal handiwork has just decorated the side of P.J. Smythe’s face.
2013. Gale Cengage. ISBN: 978-1-4328-2687-1
What Are Friends For?
Her best friend got her into this mess, filming a documentary about a private eye learning on the job. Now the “client” is dead, and P.J. Smythe is the prime suspect.