Joyce Harmon has been from one side of the galaxy to the other (slight exaggeration) and seen a lot of strange stuff (very true). Since retiring from the Navy, she has worked as a winery tour guide, a journalist for a local newspaper, selling collectibles on eBay, and making candles - and always, always, a writer. She shares her rural Virginia home with two haughty and indolent cats and one clever, busy dog, and is haunted by a noisy crowd of characters, all clamoring to be written down and set loose into the world. She accommodates them as quickly as she can. She is the author of the Passatonnack Winery mysteries, Died On The Vine and Bidding On Death. A Feather To Fly With is her first Regency romance, and she is currently working on a sequel.
Joyce blogs occasionally at http://joyceharmon.wordpress.com/ , mostly about her dog.
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A Feather To Fly With
In Regency England, ladies marry to make their fortune. Cleo Cooper intends to make her fortune by stealing it. Having no use for society’s rules, she’ll pretend to fit in, but she has a secret scheme. The Duke of Winton wants a wife. He imagines a sweet lady, a graceful Duchess who will give him an heir and tolerate his scientific pursuits. That’s what he’s looking for – what he finds is Cleo.
Bidding On Death
(5.00 from 1 review)
Cissy Rayburn finds a body again. Someone bashed in Rose Jackson’s head, and left her obnoxious chihuahua an orphan. Now Cissy is stuck with Paco the chihuahua and convinced that the murder is connected with the estate auction Rose just went to. Others at the auction include Cissy’s friend Julia, and Cissy herself. What was the killer looking for, and how ruthlessly will he continue the search?
Died On The Vine
(4.43 from 7 reviews)
Cissy Rayburn and her husband Jack own a small winery in rural Virginia. One day, MIA chaser Obie Winslow shows up at the winery and tells Cissy that he believes that her first husband, shot down and killed in Viet Nam, is still alive. Three days later, Cissy finds Winslow dead in the vineyard, stabbed with Jack's pruning shears. Can she find the real murderer before the sheriff arrests Jack?
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