Kindlemas starts today – check out my Christmas offers!

Christmas is a time for giving, and all that… Well, I have some presents for you, starting today, and everyone’s on the nice list!


For anyone who’s using a screen reader, here are the offers (all in ebook). Click on the global links at the end to view each book on Amazon.

* A Christmas Carrot (Christmas picture book) is 99p/99c from Sunday 22 December till Boxing Day (UK/US only): 
* The Case of the Black Tulips, first in the Caster & Fleet Victorian mystery series, is FREE on all Amazon stores from Christmas Day until 27 December: 
* A House of Mirrors, my Sherlock Holmes mystery told from Mrs Hudson’s point of view, is 99p/99c from 27-31 December (UK/US only):
* Murder in the Choir, a Pippa Parker cozy mystery, is 99p/99c from 30 December-6 January (UK/US only):
* The Case of the Snow-White Lady, the first in my series of spooky Sherlock Holmes short stories, is FREE on all Amazon stores from 31 December-2 January:
* All At Sea, the first book in my new Maisie Frobisher Mysteries series (which launches TOMORROW!), will stay at its introductory price of £1.99/$2.99 until 6 January:

PLUS if you haven’t signed up to my newsletter, new subscribers can have a choice of free stories (and you can always unsubscribe if it isn’t for you). Unlike all the books above, these aren’t in Kindle Unlimited. Click on the title you like the sound of best to download the story!

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, a Pippa Parker short mystery

The Adventure of the Scarlet Rosebud, a Sherlock Holmes short story

If you do pick up a story, or a book, I hope you enjoy it!

Merry Bookmas!

The featured image is by StockSnap on Pixabay (Creative Commons license CC0).

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