Publications

Knight of the White Hart by Kathryn Marlow - 500

The Breton Lais

The series had its own page here.

The Big Spin by Kit Marlowe - 500

The Big Spin

Tirgearr Publishing, Sep 2014

When her fiancé Mr. Wood lets her down by flirting with another woman, Constance Wynne Hare tears off to Monte Carlo to forget him in the world of high rollers in the flashiest casinos on the Riviera. Will the ever-reliable lady’s maid Collier be able to rescue her from a dissolute life on the Mediterranean? The Jazz Age adventures of Constance & Collier return!

The Big Splash by Kit Marlowe - 200

THE BIG SPLASH

Tirgearr Publishing, Jan 2014

It’s London in the Jazz Age: the times are fast and the women faster. Constance Wynne Hare has men eager to throw themselves at her feet—so why does she pine for the one man who takes her for granted?

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“Black Ethel’s Beast.” Piracy: Fox Pockets 1. Fox Spirit Books, June 2013.

The Mangrove Legacy by Kit Marlowe - 500

THE MANGROVE LEGACY

Tirgearr Publishing, 2013!

A gothic novel of mystery, romance — and pockets!

Follow cousins Alice and Lizzie as they are kidnapped from Lord Mangrove’s funeral cortege, spirited away by highwaymen, then sold to nefarious seamen until they’re captured by pirates without so much as an improving book to read!

This is a genuinely entertaining, superbly crafted, somewhat silly and utterly wonderful book. An antidote to too serious romances with ludicrous plots, knowingly tongue in cheek and yet still offering characters you can’t help but like and empathise with and adventures that have you almost skipping ahead to check everyone makes it out ok. It also makes a very serious point about pockets.

Heartily recommended to anyone who has a sense of humour, even if comedy, gothic and romance are three genres they firmly shun under normal circumstances. ~ Un:Bound

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Airships & Alchemy ebook web

AIRSHIPS & ALCHEMY

A serial novel  of magic, mechanicals, mayhem, and beasts of various size.

Helen Rochester has a dream: unveiling her airship at the Paris Exposition of 1867. It’s sure to make a splash. Her interfering father wants to chaperone the journey even though he’s afraid of going up on the air. Besides, she has doubts about the alchemist. He’s promised her a revolutionary new fuel, but does he really need a winged Venetian lion?

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