Mystery and Romance in 1920s Manhattan...
New York City, 1925
Tabloid reporter Trixie Frank is glad that her sister, Harriet, a barnstorming pilot for the cross-country tour of a famous radio evangelist, will be coming to New York for their last stop. She can’t wait for Harriet to meet the new man in her life, Detective Sean Costigan. She’s also excited that she’ll get an exclusive interview with the celebrity lady preacher.
When the flamboyant evangelist Angela Skott goes missing only hours after she appears before a sold out crowd at Madison Square Garden, Trixie is sitting on the biggest scoop of her career. The only clue left behind is a ransom note pinned to Angela’s hotel room pillow.
After Sean Costigan responds to Trixie’s call, he senses something amiss, but if Angela is to be recovered alive, there’s no choice but to comply with her kidnapper’s demands. Then a ransom drop goes awry, kidnapping turns to murder, and Sean and Trixie suspect nothing has been what it seems.
With Sean’s career on the line and a murderer poised to walk free, Sean and Trixie must travel across the country to prove not only whodunit but why.
Love historical mystery? Love romance? Why not order up a generous serving of both?
Good Night, Angela is a stand-alone romantic mystery sequel to It Had to Be You and Goodbye, Tootsie. It’s a complete mystery that can be read alone, after the earlier books, or before the earlier books. It contains romantic elements, which means it may include love scenes (sensual but not graphic). 98,000 words