Antiques can be a dangerous business. Especially when you’re dealing with a desperate politician, a sexy ex-cop, and a couple of “spirited” companions.
Anna Yesterday owns Yesterday’s Antiques in small town USA. When she finds an old newspaper clipping lining the drawer of an antique dresser, she realizes she’s never heard the ugly story of rape and suicide detailed on the yellowed newsprint. So she starts to dig, and her sleuthing exposes an ugly cover-up that casts the residents of Crocker, Indiana into danger and intrigue, and leaves them with a corpse.
“With a sexy ex-cop (who doesn’t love a romantic element), ghosts and a mystery that kept me riveted how could I resist? If you like paranormal elements and romance with your cozy mysteries then I recommend this one.” ~ Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
“I absolutely loved Yesterday’s News. It’s one of those books that plunges you into the characters’ world and leaves you a bit sad when there’s no more to read.” Michelle’s Romantic Tangle
A 5 Flower “Superb” from A Chick Who Reads! “What I really loved about this book was how the cozy murder wasn’t typical and the story was beyond fun to read.”
A deadly secret is tangled up in Yesterday’s Threads, and Anna is racing the clock to get it unraveled.
In 1859, Elisabeth Margaret Nelson traveled to Crocker, Indiana to meet her new husband and start a new life. Her family never saw her again. The story of her death and a heartbroken husband who grieves his entire life is a sad tale for sure. But is it true?
When Anna Yesterday receives some vintage dresses from the local museum, she’s excited about highlighting them at Crocker’s annual Apple Blossom Festival. But someone wants the dresses back, and they’ll apparently stop at nothing to get them—leaving a trail of murder and destruction in their wake.
As Anna and Pratt work to uncover the deadly intrigue behind the vintage dresses, interference of another kind is working its way to the surface. All too soon, Anna and Pratt find themselves neck deep in trouble from more than one dimension—and wondering which will get them first!
5 Star Amazon Reader Review: “I was intrigued by the premise on this book — an antique shop owner, Anna Yesterday, solves mysteries in both the past and the present thanks to her sleuthing abilities, her ex-cop hunky assistant Pratt, the ghost of a saloon girl and the ghost of a hunky cowboy. Threads of Yesterday delivered on that promising premise and then some! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I am so not a mystery reader! The mystery kept me guessing, the characters felt so real and sympathetic, and the paranormal touch added the perfect little bit of — dare I say — whimsy to the book to make it just over the top a great read.”
4.5 Stars from The Self-Taught Cook: “This second installment in the series continues with Anna and Pratt exploring their blossoming relationship. I was happy to see Pratt’s back story, and it wasn’t what I expected. Joss’s disappearance was interesting, and the interplay between Pratt and Bess was fun to watch. Another fun trip to the antique store in Crocker……”