My first short story, "The Trial of Madame Pelletier" was published in Malice Domestic's MYSTERY MOST HISTORICAL (Wayside Press, 2017) and features a poisoning case in 19th century France.
This one came from a real case I read about when I was still a grad student, although I've changed it completely.
"A Postcard for the Dead" is my second short historical mystery and appeared in FLORIDA HAPPENS: Bouchercon 2018 Anthology (Three Rooms Press). This one features the death of an Assistant Post Master in Florida 1921.
Edited by award-winning author/editor Greg Herren and featuring an introduction by New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey, Florida Happens is a riveting anthology featuring some of the brightest stars of mystery writing.
Published in conjunction with Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention―the biggest mystery/suspense convention of the year―this new anthology features stories from from the legendary John D. MacDonald and Lawrence Block. In addition, it includes original new fiction from Susanna Calkins, Alex Segura, Brendan DuBois, Hilary Davidson, Reed Farrel Coleman, Craig Pittman, and many others. Florida Happens promises to surprise and thrill lovers of mystery and suspense.
NOMINATED for a 2018 Anthony!!!