Hi friends! What is the weather like by you? Are you having crazy amounts of snow? As I type this post we have 12 inches of snow now, and it is still coming down.The snow started coming last night. I tried to get a picture of the three poodles in the snow for you, NOPE! They did their business quick like. No messing around in this stuff. So here ya go.
Here are my monthly pieces on display in the cubby shelf.
In her seventh captivating adventure, Jane Austen finds her
crime-solving mettle put to the test in a confounding case of intrigue,
murder, and high treason. Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey,
Jane is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous
hearts where not only her life is at stake—but the fate of England.
Jane Austen stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, she
imagines that ghosts really do haunt the centuries-old monastery. But
the green-cloaked figure who startles her is all too human and he bears
an unexpected missive from Lord Harold Trowbridge, one of the British
government’s most trusted advisers—and a man who holds a high place in
Jane’s life.Trowbridge tells Jane about a suspected traitor in their
midst—and the disastrous consequences if she succeeds. But is Sophia
Challoner, a beautiful widow with rumored ties to Emperor Bonaparte,
really an agent of the enemy?
Dispatched to Netley Lodge, Jane
sets about gaining the confidence of the mysterious and intriguing lady
even as Trowbridge’s grim prediction bears fruit: a British frigate is
set afire and its shipwright found with his throat cut.It’s clear that
someone is waging a clandestine war of terror and murder. But before
Jane can follow the trail of conspiracy to its source and unmask a
calculating killer, the cold hand of murder will fall mercilessly yet
again—and suddenly Jane may find herself dying for her country.
intriguing, Jane and the Ghosts of Netley is a beautifully crafted
novel of wit, character, and suspense that transports Jane and her many
fans into a mystery of truly historical proportions—and a case that will
test the amateur sleuth’s true colors under fire.
Stitching and praying,