Tag Archives: Prohibition

FREE Book for Memorial Day 2018 and a Boxed Fantasy Set for 99 Cents

Have you read Michelle Dutton’s  Lillian in the Doorway? Did you know that Alice and her detective boss had a case in California three years earlier? That mystery was documented in a novella called The Admiral of Signal Hill. I’m offering … Continue reading

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Gangsters and Prohibition: Lillian in the Doorway and 1920s Lore Part One

Before and during the writing of the 1924 romance novel Lillian in the Doorway, I did much research and much consideration on how much to include in the story. I knew the focus had to remain on the romance between Lillian and Jens. Still … Continue reading

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A Cover for LILLIAN IN THE DOORWAY

For my first romance novel, a 1924 suspense set in Southern California, I’ll be using a pen name: Michelle Dutton. Not because it’s a naughty romance; it’s a squeaky clean one. I’d always intended to use different author names for different … Continue reading

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A Dead Bootlegger, Doughboys, and Whale Bones: A New Mystery Release

My latest mystery novella, a standalone (sort of), THE ADMIRAL OF SIGNAL HILL is now available on Amazon. Yes, it includes bootleggers in Prohibition Long Beach, California. You will meet doughboys still suffering from shell shock several years after the Great … Continue reading

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