The Blake sisters seem to have come from the womb solving mysteries. This compilation of short works starts with the creation of the Murder Game and adds bits of background to the lives of these wily women as they travel the world solving mysteries. Hope you enjoy the journey!
Murder on the Stairway to Heaven: Where it all Began: While on vacation in St. Lucia with their parents, Finley Blake and her sister, Whitt, unaware of their powers of detection, witness a bizarre murder and no one believes them—except the suspected killer. They must piece together the clues to convince the authorities—and their parents—that a murder has been committed before they become the killer’s next victims.
Murder in Montauk: Prequel: The Blake sisters head to Montauk for a girls’ weekend. But their plans for spa, sun, and sand are interrupted when a body is found on a massage table at the spa, and murder and mayhem ensue.
Discovery in Fes: A Book 1 Bonus Chapter: Having rediscovered each other after years apart, Finley and Max tread carefully for fear of another rupture in their relationship. But a chance trip to Fes to research an article allows Finley to discover more than just the sights, sounds and tastes of this mesmerizing Moroccan city.
London Bridges: A Book 3 Bonus Chapter: Fresh off their heady adventures in Jaipur, Finley, Whitt and crew head to London to celebrate Mama and Daddy’s anniversary in the city that holds special memories, but Whitt and Finley promise to add another layer of forget-me-nots to the family remembrances.
Murder in Zanzibar: A Short Story: Finley Blake, finally reconciled with Max Davies, the love she almost lost, is witness to a savage murder in broad daylight on the exotic island of Zanzibar, and unwittingly puts her own life in danger as she tries to uncover who is behind the brazen deed.
Murder in the Marshes: A Blake Sisters Travel Mystery—Book 4 (Chapter 1): While preparing for her sister’s wedding, Finley Blake, still settling into her relationship with her long-time love, Max, uncovers dead bodies, dry bones and deep secrets that threaten to upend her family and turn the wedding chapel into a funeral parlor.
New author Carter Fielding is a millennial with an old soul. She likes old maps, old photographs, vintage records, and vintage champagnes. A Southerner, with roots in Anderson, S.C., she likes a good bourbon, a day that calls for wearing a barn jacket and wellies, and the smell of wet earth after a good rain. After graduating from Williams College and Georgetown Law School, Fielding worked in banking in New York City before returning to the DC area as a management consultant. She lives in Northern Virginia with her Boykin spaniel, Trucker, and uses her passion for books and travel to create characters she hopes readers will come to love