Historical Romantic Novels

I wrote a few of these because it was a wildly popular genre. My cousin, Jack Pearl, made a lot of money writing a series of historical romantic novels under the name Stephanie Blake, and he encouraged me to explore my feminine side.

Jack's books were so successful, he received a proposal of marriage from a devoted fan, a Dallas doctor who fell in love with Stephanie Blake after reading "her" books. I encouraged Jack to accept, but he wouldn't do it, said his wife June wouldn't like another woman in her kitchen.

Sad to say, my books never engendered any amorous proposals.

Selected Works

For anyone who aspires to a writer's career, this book is a must-read.
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"With shades of The Manchurian Candidate hanging over the entire story, Experiment in Murder takes on the subject of hypnosis and creating unknowing murderers. "
Murder, She Wrote
When competing restaurants open in Cabot Cove, Jessica must track down who killed one of the chefs.
Jessica Fletcher is invited to ring in the New Year with British aristocracy. Too bad someone’s about to end the life of the party....
Jessica investigates a cast and crew of suspects when someone is found dead on a movie set.
My Favorite Book
Madness and mayhem during Prohibition.
Republished
My book of 35 years ago, "Coffee, Tea or Me? was reissued spring 2003, with a new foreword.
Remarkable Tale
A Cold War cult classic, once again available to the reading public.