Chesapeake City will host a holiday candlelight house tour on Saturday, Dec. 12. There is a lot of history in Canal Town, and it really comes to life when the historic homes are decorated for the season. If you have not seen Winter Fest in town or taken a turn on the skating rink, this should be your night to visit. Even if you don’t go on the house tour, it’s a good night to stroll the decorated streets.
On this special night, I’ve been invited to The Old Gray Mare Gift Shop on Bohemia Avenue to sign books (which make great presents, if I do say so myself). Please stop by and say hello … I plan to be there roughly between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
If you haven’t read it yet, keep in mind that THE HOUSE THAT WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP is set in Chesapeake City. This mystery is about the cast of an online home renovation show that finds a body in the house and must stop the killer before he strikes again.
Set just down the road at the Delaware Shore, BEACH BODIES is another local suspense novel. You will recognize a few local landmarks in the story. The Delaware News Journal wrote a great review of the book.
And finally, I hope to have copies of ARDENNES SNIPER available. This World War II thriller is the follow-up to GHOST SNIPER, with a final duel taking place at the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944. The ebook is out and has been on Amazon’s Top 100 list of Historical Thrillers for much of November and into December. With some luck, we will have at least a few print copies for the book signing in Canal Town.
Hope to see you there!