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First things first! Mary Elizabeth Surratt spent this entire week as a special promotion at Amazon.com. I am happy to say the novel reached Number 8! Thank you everyone that picked up a copy. Your kind words when finished reading is appreciated in your review. Now, to bigger news. My newest release, NORDERNEY ISLAND – A Romance Suspense Novel is due out May 29th this year.  Please see below a peek inside… Read More


GOD BLESS TEXAS WOMEN – THE RUNAWAY SCRAPE Yesterday was March 13, 2018, and a little more than 100 years since Dilue Rose Harris in her later years wrote her memoirs in the upstairs bedroom of my home at 100 West Stockbridge in Eagle Lake, Texas. This day goes down in history as the first day of the Runaway Scrape in 1836. In 2005, after a complete restoration of the home, an… Read More


Book One in the FAITH Chronicles An Aspiring Story Based on the Truth from Following a German Family to Texas in 1840 In the early 1980’s this novel had its beginning preempted by another called the Struss Family History. The author, while wearing tall cowboy boots, trudged through many small country farms in Colorado, Austin, and Fayette Counties and dictated the many small etched tombstones in grown-up weeds. The index to the… Read More


In the fifth novel of the Gideon Detective Series, Bridgit Flynn returns to action. She has just solved the case of the murdered teller in the sleepy village of Black Rock Cove and a high-end hotel committee requests her services in solving a rash of robberies from the boarders. A PRINCE OF THEIR OWN by Sidney St. James  With Vincent Gideon retired and living high in the mountains outside Denver, Colorado, the… Read More


Another whodunnit from St. James! Even the passage of the light slowed, and the sounds became as if they were muffled from a heavy blanket over someone’s face. Aside from the beating of his heart, not one muscle moved. The pounding inside beat a rhythm to the words of his execution, the cold steel from the blunt end of a heavy steel hammer had killed his nephew. Richard Dawson became white as… Read More