Tales from Hawk’s Folly Farm
Fantasy/Romance set in Saratoga Springs in the early 1900s, these three novellas chronicle the history of the Hawkes, O’Donnell, and Finnegan families as they strive to adapt to a new world increasingly filled with iron and steel.
Snow Comes to Hawk’s Folly
The Dragon’s Child
These two volumes chronicle the history of the Zheng family, beginning with the initial story “The Dragon’s Child” where we see the first meeting of Kseniya Ilyevna and Yun-qi, the bodyguard of the wizard who holds her and her niece prisoner at his mountain retreat. The first volume includes “The Dragon’s Child” and “Early Winter, Near Jenli Village”. The second volume continues with “The Legacy of Dragons”, “The Dragon’s Pearl”, and “The Waiting Bride”.
Also a part of this grouping of stories we have “The Eretik”, published separately.
In a story that falls (chronologically) between the second and last tales in The Dragon’s Pearl, we meet Kseniya’s youngest sister Ivanka, who has fallen into trouble more than once before.
The Dragon’s Child
The Dragon’s Pearl
Touching the Dead
This volume includes three stories previously published between 2006 and 2008: “Touching the Dead” in which a young blind girl promises to solve a murder, “The Bear Girl” in which a young woman tries to understand the secrets on her mountain, and “The Stains of the Past”, my first published story in which a woman tries to redeem herself.
A Hand for Each
This volume collects three stories of adventure and death, previously published between 2007 and 2010. In “A Hand for Each”, young Lieutenant Davies must face down death on the high seas. “Masks of War” tells the story of Lieutenant Grey, an aide in the ‘Masks for Facial Disfigurement Department’ in WW1 London. In “Fleurs du Mal”, Bertrand Everslee explores a new danger cropping up in post-war Paris.