Torn Between Two (or more) Loves
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The Story Behind the Story
Readers are often interested in how a story came to be.Helen Bradley, ex-cop, grandmother and travel writer has an interesting history.
As one reviewer said:
"Helen is a charming character, reminiscent of Dorothy Gilman's Mrs. Pollifax, with the addition of a strong Christian faith to motivate her actions. This is the first book in the Helen Bradley series, but characters may seem familiar through Rushford's young adult mystery series featuring Jennie McGrady. "
________Library Journal on Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep.
My publisher asked if I could create a series based on Jennie's grandmother, Helen Bradley, and I was thrilled to comply. The series did well but eventually was declared out of print. I did what many of my writer friends do, got the rights back and revised, edited and published them on Amazon, first as Kindle editions and then in paper.
The books have received high praise and reviews like this one:
"A gripping work that will appeal to all fans of the mystery genre." __________Midwest Book Review
The Helen Bradley Mysteries: Books 1-5
Helen Bradley, ex-cop, grandmother and travel writer, learns that a prominent gerontologist has been murdered. When the doctor's widow also dies, Helen checks herself into a convalescent home to discover the truth surrounding the mysterious deaths. Edgewood Manor is the perfect place for Helen to recover from a gunshot wound and do a little detective work. Good plan--as long as she doesn't die in her sleep. (Originally book one in the series)
The Story That Came Before the Story
Still Writing After All These YearsMany of my fans are asking for a new book. I'd love to comply. In fact, I do have a mystery in the works. My character, Amber Stone is losing patience with me. It seems recovering from heart surgery takes longer than one would think. So...I am setting some goals. I will put in time writing at least three days a week and see if I can solve the mystery Amber is embroiled in. Death At the Alter really needs to be written and Amber Stone needs closure. Wouldn't you agree?
Blessings and happy reading,