Emma Jameson is the New York Times bestselling author of Lord & Lady Hetheridge cozy mystery series. Book #1, ICE BLUE, Book #2, BLUE MURDER, and Book #3, SOMETHING BLUE, are available now. She is at work on Book #4, BLACK & BLUE, and also MARRIAGE CAN BE MURDER, the first of a new series starring amateur sleuth Dr. Benjamin Bones.
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Deadly Trio: Three English Mysteries
Read the New York Times and USA Today Bestseller!
Here are the first three Lord and Lady Hetheridge Books, together in one collection. These cozy mysteries, set in contemporary London, feature Scotland Yard chief superintendent Anthony Hetheridge, DS Kate Wakefield, and DS Deepal "Paul" Bhar, solving crimes among the wealthy and powerful.
Book #2 in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling series! In London’s fashionable Chelsea, a Halloween bash goes terribly wrong. Handsome golden boy Trevor Parsons is dead. So is pasty computer nerd Clive French. Both died the same way – an axe to the skull. Given the social connections of all involved, New Scotland Yard sends Chief Superintendent Anthony Hetheridge to investigate.
(4.40 from 10 reviews)
The New York Times and USA Today bestselling series! Anthony Hetheridge, Chief Superintendent for New Scotland Yard, is that rarest of bluebloods -- a Peer who's risen far in his field on merit alone. Hetheridge believes his life is in perfect order. Then he meets Detective Kate Wakefield -- beautiful, willful, and half his age.
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Smashwords book reviews by Emma Jameson
- Stepwise: eBook and Print-on-Demand Formatting Using Word 2010
on Aug. 08, 2012
I was lucky enough to get a preview of this wonderful little guide in its infancy, and it has helped me so much. Mind you, there are guides for DIY ebook formatting all over the web, but often they seem to suppose the following: (1) you have at least some HTML skills. (2) You don't have to be guided step-by-step, you just need a breezy overview. (3) You don't use Word. I can't tell you how many other guides I tried to follow, step by step, only to still end up with weird indents, inexplicable blank pages, etc. And when I asked for help, the answer was, "Oh, you shouldn't use Word. Or a PC." Not exactly helpful.
So with this guide, if you actually use Word on a PC, you can follow the steps and format your own book. And reformat it every time you catch a typo, decide to alter the back matter, etc.
- Perseverance Triumphant!
on July 24, 2013
Perseverance Triumphant! begins with 86-year-old Nikola Tesla's scientific breakthrough: time travel. After he activates the device, the reader is shifted to Victorian London -- not as it was, but after Tesla's intervention. There we meet Demetrius Cogswell, starship captain of the Royal Stellar Fleet in the year 1880. Along with Lady Elidora Thistle, an Esper Agent, Captain Cogswell discovers Queen Victoria is in great danger. Can Baron Zeigfried Von Zoltoff be involved?
This is an imaginative adventure filled with gadgets and cinematic action. Gary Alan Ruse's writing is crisp and clear, bringing glorious Steampunk vistas to life. A great story from a true fan of the Steampunk genre.