Category Archives: Short Story

A Crocodile in a Mystery?

Why not? Some years ago, my husband told me about a woman in Southern California who’d been discovered in possession of a Nile crocodile. She’d kept the creature as a pet in her backyard.

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Death in Haydn’s Austria

There are few things I enjoy more than researching the Haydn novels. I’ve shared anecdotes from the great composer’s earliest biographers with you, and I’m sure you’ll agree they’re all delightful. I’ve also enjoyed delving into Habsburg history, and seeing … Continue reading

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