I’m very excited to share that my second book, Cold Heart, will be published on December 3 of this year! It’s an incredible true story about a murder that took place in Buffalo, NY in 1903. The victim and those close to him were fantastically wealthy but they were also plagued with scandal for years before the murder occurred.
You’re the first to see the plot synopsis from the back cover. Scroll down a little further to see a picture of the victim and his estranged wife.
Big thank you to everyone who has read The Poisoned Glass and written a review on Amazon or GoodReads. It’s hard to overestimate how important Amazon reviews are to a book’s success. I really appreciate all the positive comments and 5-star ratings! Check out the Amazon ratings and comments .
If you haven’t yet read the book, there’s still time to enter and win a copy! The GoodReadseBook giveaway of The Poisoned Glass ends tomorrow, March 30 at midnight Eastern Standard Time (EST). After the contest ends, winners will receive their copies.
At the dawn of the 20th century, the social unrest in Paterson, New Jersey was palpable. Thousands of Dutch and Italian immigrants flocked to the city, hoping for a job in Paterson’s famous silk mills. The burgeoning population ushered women into the workplace, grew suffragist sympathies, and produced an anarchist movement.
In this charged environment, Jennie Bosschieter, a 17-year-old Dutch immigrant and mill worker, was murdered. Sorrow turned to shock when four wealthy, influential citizens were accused of killing her. The resulting criminal trial held the city – and eventually the nation – transfixed.