remedyandruins 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?

thehouse Elizabeth’s latest release is The House by P.M. Prior, a truly creepy horror novel by the author of The Basement (which Elizabeth narrated last year).

It was meant to be a place of safety. Their home. Her sanctuary.

When Prue Bridgewater first glimpses the abandoned old house, it’s love at first sight. Her husband, Ray, is not so sure. The property has been neglected for decades, and Ray can’t help wondering why. But with Prue on the brink of a nervous breakdown, he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her sane, even if it means he has to live there.

Once ensconced in their new home, Prue begins fixing up the place while Ray is away at work. But after a series of disturbing discoveries, she fears she’s losing her mind. She hears things and sees people who couldn’t possibly be there, and she can’t shake the feeling she’s being watched.

As Prue’s hold on reality begins to disintegrate, along with her marriage, she struggles to tell truth from delusion. But things go from bad to worse, and soon not just her sanity, but her survival hinges upon the long-buried secrets of the house.