The latest release in the Ginger Gold Mystery series by Lee Strauss is now available at Audible: Murder at Kensington Gardens is Volume 6 in this 1920s British cozy mystery series. Elizabeth has narrated books 1-5, and will be narrating books 7-9 in early 2020.
Murder isn’t a walk in the park….
War widow fashionista, Ginger Gold, makes a gruesome discovery while walking her Boston terrier, Boss, through Kensington Gardens. A woman of ill-repute is dead.
When Chief Inspector Basil Reed becomes a suspect, the blustery and often times pigheaded Superintendent Morris pulls him off the case. Ginger’s not about to be pushed around by the superintendent despite his warnings: if she doesn’t butt out, she’ll be arrested for impeding a police investigation. She soon finds herself undercover in the spicy world of burlesque dancing – much to Basil’s chagrin.
Ginger and Basil’s agree to work together off the record to find the killer. It’s a proposition their strained friendship may not survive – even if they do.
Elizabeth’s latest Audible release is the sixth book in the Angela Marchmont Mystery series by Clara Benson: The Imbroglio at the Villa Pozzi. Elizabeth has narrated the previous books in this 1920s British mystery series as well – go to Audible to see them all!
While holidaying in Italy, Angela Marchmont is persuaded to postpone her trip to Venice and go to Stresa instead, to investigate a pair of spiritualists who are suspected of defrauding some of the town’s English residents out of their money. But what starts out as a minor matter swiftly becomes more serious when one of the residents in question is found dead in the beautiful gardens of his home, having apparently committed suicide.
Seduced by the heady sights and scents of the Italian lakes and distracted by an unexpected encounter with an old adversary who seems bent on provoking her, Angela sets out to find out the truth of the affair and resume her journey to Venice before she forgets herself and loses her head… and her heart.
Elizabeth produced the Online Stage full-cast production of E.M. Forster’s Howards End, which is now available at Audible. She also narrates the novel, alongisde an excellent cast, including Amanda Friday as Helen Schlegel, Arielle Lipshaw as Margaret Schlegel, and Steve Gough as Henry Wilcox.
“Only connect!” E. M. Forster’s classic 1910 novel follows the lives and loves of the Schlegel sisters, Margaret and Helen, as they attempt to make connections with members of two very different families: the conservative, wealthy Wilcoxes, and the working-class Basts.
It’s new release day at Audible! Remedy and Ruins, the second book in the Faerie Apothecary Mystery series by Astoria Wright, is now available. Elizabeth has also narrated two other books in this series: the prequel Chaos in the Countryside, and Book 1, Herbs and Homicide. Both have been well-reviewed; a recent listener calls Herbs and Homicide “an imaginative mystery story that is suitable for pre-teens and older, interested in the magical and human worlds … Narration by Elizabeth Klett is very well done.”
Carissa Shea, the half-elf/half-human apothecary, has been through two harrowing events this year. With the October All Hallows Eve celebration coming up, her friends and family use the festivities as a way to lift her spirits. They’ve volunteered, along with several Moss Hill residents, to decorate the old ruins of Fairfield Castle as a haunted house, and they’ve elected Carissa to lead the decoration committee. Reluctantly, she accepts the position but regrets it immediately when a tragic accident occurs on the castle grounds. When foul play is suspected, fear threatens to cancel the celebrations. Can Carissa remedy the situation in time for the holiday?
Book 3 in the High Society Lady Detective series is now available at Audible: The Egyptian Antiquities Murder by Sara Rosett. Elizabeth also narrated the first two books in this 1920s British cozy mystery: Murder at Archly Manor and Murder at Blackburn Hall. The series just keeps getting better and better!
Secrets never die….
October, 1923. Lady detective Olive Belgrave has a new case. Lady Agnes doesn’t believe in curses – especially ancient curses – and she hires Olive to prove her uncle wasn’t the victim of a malevolent mummy. Olive investigates and discovers the truth is much worse – it’s murder. Can Olive debunk the curse and reveal the true culprit before the mummy curse claims another victim?
The Egyptian Antiquities Murder is the third book in the High Society Lady Detective series, a cozy historical series set in 1920s England. If you enjoy lighthearted novels reminiscent of the Golden Age of detective fiction with spirited protagonists and perplexing mysteries, you’ll love the High Society Lady Detective Series from USA Today best-seller Sara Rosett.
Elizabeth’s latest release is the Gothic vampire fantasy novel The Curse of Raven’s Rose Keep by Gregory Downey, now available at Audible.
Garrick’s days as a warrior were finally over. It was time for him to return to his castle by the ocean. In his warm sanctuary he thought his life was complete… that is until he saw her.
Angela was a beautiful noblewoman who used to live a life of ease. Until one night fate brought a dark stranger that stole away her chance to see the sunrise ever again. Since that cold autumn, she wandered in sorrow and confusion through a world of shadows… that is until she saw him.
Elizabeth’s newest release is Book #1 in the adorable Faerie Apothecary Mystery series: Herbs and Homicide by Astoria Wright, now available at Audible. Elizabeth narrated the prequel, Chaos in the Countryside, last fall, which is also available at Audible. Book #2, Remedy and Ruins, is currently in production, and should be published soon.
Looking for a unique paranormal cozy mystery series that’s lighthearted and fun?
Settle into the cozy countryside of Moss Hill, where house-elves rent rooms, sprites live in gardens, a leprechaun is the best tailor in town, and a half elf/half human named Carissa Shea owns a pharmacy known as The Seelie Tree Apothecary shop.
Life couldn’t be more idyllic for Cari, but healing humans and fae folk proves challenging at times, especially when secrets unfold in the Faerie Apothecary Mysteries.