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The Sun God's Heir: Return (Book One)
by Elliott Baker


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For three thousand years a hatred burns. In seventeenth century Bordeaux two souls incarnate, one born the child of a prosperous merchant, the other, steals a life determined to continue a brutal incarnation begun long ago.

Under the guidance of Pharaoh, two brothers grew strong in knowledge and power, one a physician, the other a general. With the pharaoh’s untimely death, a deep hatred blossoms. One remembers, one does not.

The year is 1671. René Gilbert’s destiny glints from the blade of a slashing rapier. To protect those he loves he must regain the power and knowledge earned in an ancient lifetime. From Bordeaux to Spain to Morocco, René is tested and with each turn of fate he gathers enemies and allies as the memory and power of a lifetime as physician to Pharaoh returns.

Determined to continue a reign of terror that once caused the Nile to run red, Horemheb takes over the life of a young man mortally wo…

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Two thrilling mysteries! Get them for FREE today.
« on: September 12, 2015, 08:57:57 AM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst and People Say I'm Different. Lord Charles Stewart first uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end. Then, Lord Stewart and Mary travel to Northumberland and stumble into another unpleasantness. Click the links below.
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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2015, 07:54:34 AM »
Download my new mystery The Enemy in Our Midst all weekend. Visit the author page for more information on the book and myself. Reviews are always welcome at Amazon.com.






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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2016, 04:14:16 AM »
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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: New Murder Mystery!
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2016, 05:47:00 AM »
Free download TODAY and TOMORROW!

If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end.

Click the link in my bio for more details.

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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2016, 03:29:53 AM »
FREE - 3/30

The Enemy in Our Midst is a free download Wednesday only! Enjoy this murder mystery written in the style of the Golden Age at no cost. Can Lord Charles Stewart and Mary Hastings solve the crime before more victims are found?

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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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Re: PRICE REDUCED!!
« Reply #6 on: April 29, 2016, 12:25:23 PM »
Now only $1.99. Cozy mystery set in Yorkshire, England. Who killed the Colonel? Can Lord Charles Stewart and Mary Hastings solve it in time to prevent more? The Enemy in Our Midst by John E. Conley.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2016, 07:32:31 AM »
Just $0.99 to help Lord Charles Stewart and Mary Hastings solve one of Yorkshire's most challenging murders. The Colonel was hated by nearly all his men in the war, but why would one of them murder him ten years later? Or was it somebody from outside the unit who knew his secret?
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #8 on: September 03, 2016, 02:18:54 PM »
Download for Free Saturday and Sunday

Both Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for free today and tomorrow. Follow along as amateur sleuths Lord Charles, Mary, and Bingham scour the British countryside for shady characters. Also available in paperback!

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Re: FREE SUNDAY AND MONDAY! Traditional British mystery: People Say I'm Different
« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2016, 06:25:06 AM »
Download for free Sunday and Monday only!
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2016, 05:52:36 AM »
Free 9/18 - 9/19

The Enemy in Our Midst - A Lord Charles Stewart Mystery

Five Star reviews: Great story!  A great new whodunit for lovers of the genre!  Good read!

The first book in the Lord Charles Stewart series is now a free download for two days only. There were plenty of men who wanted Colonel Humphries dead. Which one had the best reason? Lord Stewart and Mary Hastings chase the killer down in Yorkshire.

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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: THE GREAT REVIEWS CONTINUE for 'People Say I'm Different'
« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2016, 12:23:06 PM »
4.0 out of 5 stars
Second in the Series
By Galene on October 2, 2016
'This second book in the Lord Charles Stewart goes along well, with many suspects and subplots to the murder of a prominent (but not popular) local citizen. This is a definitely cozy read, with a good sense of place and time.'
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: Download for FREE October 9 and 10!
« Reply #13 on: October 09, 2016, 06:02:19 AM »
FREE DOWNLOAD October 9 and 10! 'People Say I'm Different' is the second Lord Charles Stewart mystery with Lord Charles and Mary Hastings pursuing a murderer through Northumberland, England and Armagh, Ireland. Was the prominent village resident killed out of passion, revenge, money...or was it something else? Did she know too much? This short novella will keep you interested from start to end.

[https://www.amazon.com/People-Say-Im-Different-Charles-ebook/dp/B01LHZTYFI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1476017993&sr=8-3&keywords=people+say+i%27m+different]

As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: FREE MONDAY AND TUESDAY!!
« Reply #14 on: October 17, 2016, 04:08:07 AM »
The Enemy in Our Midst is FREE on October 17 and 18. Enjoy the first Lord Charles Stewart mystery in which he and Mary Hastings comb Yorkshire for a killer who could possibly be someone they both know very well. Then pick up the second Lord Stewart mystery, People Say I'm Different.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: TODAY Only!! Free download.
« Reply #15 on: November 03, 2016, 05:02:11 AM »
The second Lord Charles Stewart mystery, People Say I'm Different, is now available at Amazon.com. Can the mind of a mentally ill girl hold the key to a murder? Lord Stewart and Mary Hastings chase clues all the way to Ireland and back. Download now for free!!

https://www.amazon.com/People-Say-Im-Different-Charles-ebook/dp/B01LHZTYFI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1472936991&sr=8-1&keywords=John+e+Conley#nav-subnav
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: The Enemy in Our Midst: Download for FREE today!!
« Reply #16 on: November 13, 2016, 05:58:52 AM »
This short, entertaining, traditional British mystery is available for free today only. There were plenty of people who disliked Colonel Humphries, but who had a reason to kill him? Lord Charles Stewart and Mary Hastings search Yorkshire for the killer, among several interesting suspects.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: December 8 and 9 only! FREE DOWNLOAD
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2016, 05:12:31 AM »
People Say I'm Different, the second Lord Charles Stewart mystery, is being offered for free on December 8 and 9. Follow Lord Charles, Mary, and Bingham as they hunt for the murderer of a prominent village resident in Northumberland, England. Does the imperfect mind of a teenage girl hold the vital keys they need?
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: The Enemy in Our Midst: Download for FREE today and tomorrow!!
« Reply #18 on: December 14, 2016, 05:34:12 AM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end.

https://www.amazon.com/Enemy-Our-Midst-Charles-Stewart-ebook/dp/B014YQI6BK/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1481722013&sr=1-3&keywords=john+e+conley

As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: January 8 and 9 only! FREE MYSTERY DOWNLOA
« Reply #19 on: January 08, 2017, 06:30:01 AM »
Get the second Lord Charles Stewart mystery today and tomorrow. If you like the Golden Age of British Mystery, you'll love these traditional stories.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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« Reply #20 on: January 16, 2017, 06:40:12 AM »
Click the link below to download The Enemy in Our Midst. It is free today and tomorrow. Enjoy!
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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FREE DOWNLOAD - People Say I'm Different
« Reply #21 on: March 12, 2017, 06:53:51 AM »
The second Lord Charles Stewart mystery, People Say I'm Different, is now available at Amazon.com. Can the mind of a mentally ill girl hold the key to a murder? Lord Stewart and Mary Hastings chase clues all the way to Ireland and back. Download now for free!!

Also try The Enemy in Our Midst, the first book in the series.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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Re: The Enemy in Our Midst: Download for FREE March 22 and 23!!
« Reply #22 on: March 21, 2017, 06:13:15 PM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end. Find it at https://www.amazon.com/Enemy-Our-Midst-Charles-Stewart-ebook/dp/B014YQI6BK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1490144917&sr=8-1&keywords=john+e+conley

Also pick up the second Lord Charles Stewart mystery, People Say I'm Different. Both books are available in Kindle and paperback versions.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
John E. Conley | Author Page

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Re: The Enemy in Our Midst: Download for FREE today and tomorrow.
« Reply #23 on: April 09, 2017, 06:09:45 AM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end. Be sure to pick up the second Lord Charles mystery, People Say I'm Different.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
John E. Conley | Author Page

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Re: FREE DOWNLOAD - Today and Tomorrow
« Reply #24 on: April 23, 2017, 06:06:56 AM »
The Golden Age of British Mystery returns with this thriller set on the Northumberland seacoast. Lord Charles Stewart, Bingham, and Mary return in their second foray into amateur sleuthing as a prominent resident of a seaside village is murdered during the night. Does a teenage girl hold the clues they need? Also, be sure to pick up the first Lord Charles Stewart mystery: The Enemy in Our Midst. Both books are available in Kindle and paperback versions.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #25 on: May 21, 2017, 05:50:38 AM »
Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for FREE on Sunday. Follow Lord Charles and Mary as they solve murders in the English countryside and along the seacoast. Also available in paperback.
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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #26 on: June 18, 2017, 05:50:46 AM »
Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for FREE on Sunday. Follow Lord Charles and Mary as they solve murders in the English countryside and along the seacoast. Also available in paperback.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #27 on: July 01, 2017, 10:50:36 PM »
Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for FREE on Sunday. Follow Lord Charles and Mary as they solve murders in the English countryside and along the seacoast. Also available in paperback.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #28 on: July 11, 2017, 12:20:04 AM »
Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for FREE today. Follow Lord Charles and Mary as they solve murders in the English countryside and along the seacoast. Also available in paperback.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #29 on: August 05, 2017, 06:10:45 AM »
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Both Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for free today and tomorrow. Follow along as amateur sleuths Lord Charles, Mary, and Bingham scour the British countryside for shady characters. I recommend starting with The Enemy in Our Midst. Also available in paperback!

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« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2017, 07:53:44 AM »
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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #31 on: September 03, 2017, 06:50:27 AM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst and They Say I'm Different. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve befuddling murders. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, these mysteries will entertain from beginning to end. Find them at Amazon.com.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #32 on: September 24, 2017, 08:03:44 AM »
If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst and People Say I'm Different. Lord Charles Stewart uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve befuddling murders. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, these mysteries will entertain from beginning to end. Find them at Amazon.com.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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« Reply #33 on: September 25, 2017, 05:59:56 AM »
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« Reply #34 on: October 22, 2017, 05:20:25 PM »
Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are available for FREE Monday and Tuesday. These cozy mysteries are set in North Yorkshire and Northumberland. You'll love the characters and plots of these short, enjoyable reads patterned after Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers. Check out the five-star ratings on Amazon! Click the links below.




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As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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Both of the Lord Charles Stewart mysteries are now available for 99 cents. These cozy mysteries are set in North Yorkshire and Northumberland. You'll love the characters and plots of these short, enjoyable reads patterned after Agatha Christie and Dorothy Sayers. Check out the five-star ratings on Amazon! Click the book covers below.
As a lifelong fan of Dorothy Sayers, I missed the aristocratic amateur sleuthing of her Lord Peter Wimsey. My books bring back her style in the form of Lord Charlrs Stewart of Yorkshire, England. Along with trusted butler Bingham and friend Mary Hastings, Lord Stewart solves murder mysteries with alacrity. The books are best read in a study with a glass of sherry at hand.
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If you like traditional British mysteries from the Golden Age, you'll love The Enemy in Our Midst and People Say I'm Different. Lord Charles Stewart first uses his amateur sleuthing skills to solve the murder of friend Colonel Humphries. Set in the moors of North Yorkshire and along the coast of the North Sea, this mystery will entertain from beginning to end. Then, Lord Stewart and Mary travel to Northumberland and stumble into another unpleasantness. Click the links below.
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Reviving the Golden Age of mysteries.
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