Book List in Order: 11 titles

  • The Camilla Randall Mysteries are a laugh-out-loud mashup of romantic comedy, crime fiction, and satire: Dorothy Parker meets Dorothy L. Sayers. Downwardly mobile bookstore owner and etiquette expert Camilla Randall is a magnet for murder, mayhem and...


  • This comic novel-which takes its title from the most famous Shakespearean quote that Shakespeare never wrote-explores how easy it is to perpetrate a character assassination whether by a great playwright or a gang of online trolls. It's a laugh-out-lo...



  • The Leaders of the Twenty-First Century was the original title for the manuscript that branched into three and became Food of Love, The Lady of the Lakewood Diner and The Gatsby Game. It's a terrible title, of course, because it...


  • Who shot Morgan Le Fay?Someone has shot the aging bad-girl rocker and threatens to finish the job. Is it fans of her legendary dead rock-god husband, Merlin? Or is the secret buried in her childhood hometown of Avalon, Maine? Morgan's childhood best ...


  • This comic novel was inspired by a real unsolved Hollywood mystery—the death in 1973 of David Whiting during the filming of the Burt Reynolds’ movie, "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing". Whiting was found dead in the motel room of the married British...


  • The uber-rich editor of Home decorating magazine loses everything, including her Ponzi-schemer husband, when their own luxury home mysteriously goes up in flames. But that's just the beginning of Doria's problems. . Homeless, destitute, presumed dead...


  • THE CAMILLA RANDALL MYSTERIES: Snarky, delicious fun. Perennially down-and-out socialite Camilla Randall is a magnet for murder, mayhem and Mr. Wrong, but she always solves the mystery in her quirky, but oh-so-polite way. . “Twisted chick lit noir...


  • This is the second episode in the hilarious misadventures of Camilla Randall, downwardly mobile manners expert and amateur sleuth, but it can be read as a stand-alone. In this installment, the suddenly-homeless Camilla becomes a 21st century Maid Mar...






  • Dorothy Parker meets Agatha Christie. "Chick-lit noir with a side of funny." - Ruth Harris, NYT best-selling author of "Modern Women" and "Husbands and Lovers". After her celebrity ex-husband’s ironic joke about her “kinky sex habits” is misquo...