Last week, I published “The Watergate”, a Muirteach MacPhee novelette. At about 9.000 words it just about made the cut-off (7,000 words) for that designation. E. M. Tippetts Book Designs made the publishing process incredibly easy and did a lovely formatting job.
Muirteach accompanies the Lord of the Isles to Urquhart Castle in this novelette. The horrifying death of a beautiful woman plunges Muirteach into an even deeper mystery, as the party awaits the arrival of King Robert II of Scotland, and the upcoming Easter feast. This story could be dubbed Muirteach 2.5; chronologically it comes between the second and third Muirteach mysteries, THE FAERIE HILLS and THE STUDY OF MURDER. Here’s a link to The Watergate for Kindle: and to the Nook version of The Watergate:
On to Muirteach 4. I lost my publisher this January, as Five Star has decided to concentrate on publishing Frontier Fiction in the future. So I am investigating different options for THE DEATH OF A FALCON. However, with so many wonderful options for authors and publishers, I can, and do, assure my readers that THE DEATH OF A FALCON will see the light of day, in both printed and e-book formats. Stay tuned for further updates!