Maggie and the Whiskered Witness is scheduled to release in only one week. But in a plot twist, it is AVAILABLE EARLY only at Kobo!

Maggie’s dog-training buddy drops off her German Shepherd for a play date–then disappears. Soon Maggie begins to wonder if her friend could be leading a deadly double life.

You can pick up Whiskered Witness right now at KOBO, or preorder it now and have it delivered in one week at APPLE, NOOK, or AMAZON.

You can learn more about Maggie and the Whiskered Witness here.

First look at Maggie and the Whiskered Witness:

Maggie’s dog-training buddy drops off her German Shepherd for a play date–then disappears. Soon Maggie begins to wonder if her friend could be leading a deadly double life.

You can learn more about Maggie and the Whiskered Witness here.

How about six mini vacations to a beach town where the cottages are cute, the people are kindhearted, and there’s always a happy ending?

Barb’s Minis contains six complete standalone short stories from the world of Pajaro Bay. It’s exclusively available to newsletter subscribers. Sign up today to get the book instantly here.

Beach Blanket Bijou:

Handsome pet expert Dr. Quinn never thought of himself as a detective. But his newest student, a tiny Pomeranian with a big attitude, is hiding a secret that could get Quinn killed if he doesn’t solve the mystery of Beach Blanket Bijou.

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Just what the doctor ordered…

Chef Bree Taylor arrives in the charming little town of Pajaro Bay for a friend’s funeral, and immediately runs into Dr. Nico Silva, a local emergency physician who just might be the cure for what ails her:


“Do you need help?” asked a deep voice with just the slightest hint of an accent.

She looked up from her phone.

The man wore a gray polo shirt and charcoal Dockers. His hair was black, a bit shaggy, and ruffled slightly in the ocean breeze. He appeared to be watching her with amusement. Dark-tanned skin, an aquiline nose, and prominent cheekbones in a lean but handsome face made her forget what she was doing.

“Yes,” she finally said, wondering why her voice sounded so breathless.

He bent down to lean in the car window. “How can I help?”

Kiss me, she thought, shocked by her own subconscious. But kind of pleased, she had to confess. It was the first cheerful thought she’d had in days, even if it was an inappropriate one. She noticed that his eyes were as intoxicatingly rich as the finest bittersweet chocolate. Yum. She grinned at him. “I’m lost.”

“Yeah,” he said blandly. “I sensed that from the way you’re parked sideways in the middle of Main Street…”


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