The seventh installment in the bestselling Ginger Gold series by Lee Strauss is now available at Audible: Murder at St. George’s Church. Elizabeth has narrated all the previous books in this 1920s cozy British mystery series, and will be producing two more later this year.
Weddings can be murder.
Romance is in the air for the delightful Reverend Oliver Hill. Unfortunately, the choir rehearsal for the wedding ends abruptly with the sudden and disturbing appearance of a body.
War widow fashionista Ginger Gold is determined to find the killer even if it means working with the dashing yet exasperating Chief Inspector Basil Reed, but only in her professional capacity as a private investigator. Like they say: once burnt, twice shy.
Basil has his work cut out for him if he wants to solve this case and win back Ginger’s heart.
He’s up for the challenge.
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.
Book #5 in the Ginger Gold Mystery Series by Lee Strauss has just been released at Audible: Murder at the Mortuary. Elizabeth has narrated all of the books in the series so far, and will be narrating the next two – Murder at Kensington Gardens and Murder at St. George’s Church – later this year.
Cadavers can be deadly…
Unregistered corpses are showing up among the cadavers in the mortuary of the London School of Medicine for Women. Unnatural deaths. Murders. The first known victim is recognized by Haley Higgins, a third-year pathology student. War-widow fashionista Ginger Gold feels a responsibility for the man’s death and is determined to find his killer.
Her pursuit takes her into the dangerous realm of the famous Italian gangster Charles ”Derby” Sabini. With the help of Haley and the handsome Chief Inspector Reed – an uneasy alliance – Ginger investigates shady dealings at the docks and at the racehorse stables. What does one have to do with the other, and how are they connected to the bodies piling up at the mortuary? Someone is working on the inside at the school, and Ginger has to find out who before she, or someone she loves, ends up lifeless on a ceramic mortuary slab.
Elizabeth’s latest release is Book #4 in the Ginger Gold Mystery Series by Lee Strauss: Murder at Feathers and Flair, now available at Audible. The previous books, all narrated by Elizabeth, are also available: Murder on the SS Rosa, Murder at Hartigan House, and Murder at Bray Manor.
It’s 1924, and war-widow fashionista Ginger Gold’s new Regent Street dress shop, Feathers & Flair, is the talk of the London fashion district, attracting aristocrats from Paris to Berlin to Moscow.
Ginger is offered her first job as a private detective when her sister-in-law’s stage actor friend goes missing, and though the dress shop takes most of her time, Ginger takes the case.
But when a Russian grand duchess dies at the shop’s official grand opening event, Ginger ignores the missing person to chase a killer. It’s a decision she will live to regret.
The third installment in Lee Strauss’ Ginger Gold Mystery series is now available at Audible: Murder at Bray Manor. Elizabeth has also narrated the first two books in the series: Murder on the SS Rosa and Murder at Hartigan House. If you haven’t listened to this thrilling 1920s cozy British mystery series yet, you’re in for a treat!
A poltergeist guilty of murder?
Ginger Gold receives a letter from her sister-in-law, Felicia, requesting Ginger come straightaway to her late husband’s family home, Bray Manor. Dowager Lady Gold, Ginger’s nervous grandmother through marriage, believes the old manor is haunted.
Ginger doesn’t believe in ghosts, but is haunted nevertheless by memories of her husband and the lure of his gravesite she just can’t bring herself to visit.
In order to keep Bray Manor afloat financially, Felicia and Ambrosia have opened the estate to the public for club meetings and special events. Knitters, stamp collectors and gardeners converge weekly–targets for the poltergeist that seems to find amusement in hiding small things from their owners.
Bray Manor hosts a dance to raise money for maimed soldiers who struggle with peacetime after the Great War. Felicia invites her flapper friends and her new beau, Captain Smithwick, a man Ginger has met before and definitely doesn’t like.
When the dance ends with the discovery of a body, Ambrosia is certain the poltergeist is to blame, but Ginger is quite sure the murderer is made of flesh and blood.
The second book in the Ginger Gold Mystery series, Murder at Hartigan House, is now available at Audible! Elizabeth narrated the first book in the series as well – Murder on the SS Rosa – and the next installment, Murder at Bray Manor, will be released soon!
There’s a skeleton in the attic!
After a weeklong passage over the Atlantic from Boston to Liverpool, Ginger Gold arrives at her childhood London home–Hartigan House–to find decade-old remains from some poor woman on the floor in the attic. Ginger’s Boston terrier, Boss, noses out a missing phalange from under the bed. It’s a mystery that once again puts Ginger alongside the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed. Who is the victim? And how did she end up in Ginger’s home?
Clues lead Ginger and her good friend Haley Higgins to a soirée hosted in 1913 by Ginger’s late father, George Hartigan. A shadow of suspicion is cast on her father’s legacy, and Ginger isn’t so sure she wants to know the truth about the man she dearly loved.
Ginger decides to host another soirée, inviting the guest list from ten years previous. Before the night is over, another person is dead.
Elizabeth’s latest release is the first in the Ginger Gold mystery series by Lee Strauss: Murder on the SS Rosa, now available at Audible! Elizabeth will be narrating the next two books in this 1920s cozy mystery series – Murder at Hartigan House and Murder at Bray Manor – in early 2018.
It’s 1923 and young war widow fashionista Ginger Gold makes a cross-Atlantic journey with her companion Haley Higgins to London, England, to settle her father’s estate. When the ship’s captain is found dead, Ginger is only too happy to lend her assistance to the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed.
The SS Rosa delivers a convincing array of suspects – the wife, the mistress, a jealous crew mate. To Ginger’s dismay, her name has been added to the list!
With a little help from Ginger’s dog Boss, Ginger and Haley navigate the clues (those wartime operative skills come in handy). They must solve the case and clear Ginger’s name before they dock – and oh, whatever shall she wear?
A fascinating introduction to a character that will rival Miss Fisher in the cozy genre set in the period between world wars.