BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE:
Several years ago I published my first novel, Sumner Island, to excellent reviews. The human-and-ghost love story continues to be in demand, and a paperback version will be available soon. Meanwhile, there are some hardcover versions still left.
Here’s a short description from the promotional copy:
First-year history professor Mitchell Lambert has written a biography of Maria Boudreau, a famous young heiress who died more than eighty years ago. The book has sparked renewed interest in Maria, and now people are seeing her ghost on Sumner Island off the coast of Maine where she was brutally murdered in 1924. As interest in the ghost story grows, a séance is planned at the island’s grand hotel to be conducted by world-renowned ghost hunter Horace Leeds and his medium Phyllis Church. Mitch, who has been hopelessly infatuated with Maria since he first began researching her life, manages to get himself invited to the ghost hunt. As the next twenty-four hours progresses, he is forced to recognize that he’s somehow hardwired into Maria’s past, and that he was purposely lured to the island to fulfill a mission only Maria understrands. But that mission may be thwarted by the ghost of her murderer, who has some unfinished business of his own.
At Harvard, Jennifer Collins and Brian Thomas were inseparable. Sharing a love of the outdoors almost as deep as their love for one another, the two dreamed of trekking the Asian backcountry together after graduation.
But before they could fulfill their dream, Jen broke off their engagement without an explanation. Devastated, Brian ran off to Asia by himself and never came back.
It’s seven years later, and the two have run into each other at a business convention in Boston, where they’ve quickly discovered their love never faded. But there’s a complication: Jen is now married.