Phyllis A. Humphrey

Biography

Phyllis A. Humphrey is the author of eight other romance novels, a non-fiction book published by John Wiley & Sons, several short stories and many articles that have appeared in national magazines. Humphrey’s long-time interest in the Titanic has a basis in family history; her grandfather emigrated to the U.S. from England on board the New York, the ship that almost collided with the Titanic on the first day of its tragic voyage. When not writing, Phyllis sings and acts in local theatrical productions. She has raised four children and currently lives with her husband in Southern California. Visit her website: PhyllisHumphrey.com

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Eyewitness
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 70,710. Language: English. Published: October 13, 2015 by Camel Press. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Cozy, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
Toni Abbott plays a soap opera villainess. During a late-night photo session, the photographer is shot to death. Toni is knocked unconscious and awakens with only vague memories of the event. With the help of a handsome young lawyer, she sets out to awaken her dormant memory and unmask the killer. Meanwhile the writers are deciding whether to kill off her character. Will life imitate art?
Cold April
Price: $4.95 USD. Words: 57,120. Language: English. Published: November 29, 2010 by Camel Press. Categories: Nonfiction » History » American, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Englishwoman Elizabeth Shallcross has big plans for her future, and they do not include remaining a lowly governess. First she has one last obligation to fulfill; she must accompany a dashing American widower and care for his child on a luxurious voyage to America. Their ship? The Titanic. On this fateful trip two men vie for her attention. But when the ship hits an iceberg, who will survive?

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1912    actress    class conflict    iceberg    new york    romance    shipwreck    soap opera    titanic    woman in jeopardy