LIFE ON VICTORIA’S STREET: ANTHOLOGY QUAD 5 is a collection of four historical fiction short stories taking place during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901.
BIRDS AND THE BEES: VICTORIAN STYLE – 1838
Mari Baldwin is getting married; but in Queen Victoria’s day, most women didn’t have a clue what to expect on their wedding night. Her mother attempts to explain it to her just hours before the wedding.
MURDER BY CANDLELIGHT – 1843
Sometimes it can be difficult to choose just the right weapon to use for your serial killing. This is a Writer's Digest Honorable Mention winner and from the Florida Writers Association’s anthology “From Our Family to Yours”.
A LITTLE PATCH OF GROUND – 1863
The relationship between slave and mistress is one-side dominant. Esther, a kitchen slave, must face a life-or-death situation with her eighteen-year-old mistress. Can she exact enough influence to save them both? Dare she take an opportunity for freedom offered her?
DR. WILLESDEN’S HAREM – 1885
Jack Willesden, a mysterious surgeon in late 1880s London, seeks out prostitutes for a very bizarre reason. Could he be the inscrutable Jack the Ripper? This is a Writer's Digest Honorable Mention winner.