Tag Archives: Chesapeake City

Chesapeake City stars as itself

We are planning a great book signing this Saturday, August 24 from 10-2 at the Old Gray Mare in Chesapeake City. While this mystery is just the latest Chesapeake City-centric book, the town has appeared in or helped to inspire … Continue reading

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The case of the missing money, or how my mystery novel began with a mystery

THE HOUSE THAT WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP began a few years ago with a knock on the front door. Standing there was the gentleman I’d bought my house from a few years before—actually, it was his mother’s house and … Continue reading

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Bats in the attic and a body in the wall …

I’ve been working on the back cover copy for THE HOUSE THAT WENT DOWN WITH THE SHIP: Delmarva Renovators has come to Chesapeake City on Maryland’s Eastern Shore to return the faded Captain Cosden house to its former glory for … Continue reading

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Excerpt from ‘The House that Went Down with the Ship’

An excerpt from my mystery novel set in Chesapeake City: The Chesapeake City Historical Society and Museum was located in Franklin Hall, a three-story brick structure in the heart of the town’s historic district. Built in 1878, the building had … Continue reading

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