Book Tasting - GC Fisher Cozy Mystery ‘Canterbury Woods’Short reading followed by Q&A and book signing.
Cost:£3.00 per person
About this experience
If Maeve doesn’t face her gift, who else will die?
Maeve knows talking to the dead isn’t hokum but learning to control her gift lands her in deeper water than she could have imagined. Maeve’s feelings for Steve, (Detective Inspector Maguire), resurface. Managing everyday life, two daughters, an unexpected house guest and her eccentric mother, in lockdown are distracting. So is death.
This is the second book in the Maeve McPhillips series.
Set in Canterbury, England, Maeve turns forty as she discovers that the dead can talk to her. This is not good news, she has spent most of her life ashamed of her mother, Ada, the famous psychic and spirit medium. However Ada’s own recent drama means she can no longer commune with the other side. Ada thinks it’s temporary, Maeve’s not so sure.
Tripping over a dead body on her woodland walk, drives Maeve to reconnect with the police and re-evaluate her relationship with Steve, officially D.I. Maguire. Relationships are hard at any age, but add in ‘social distancing’ and are they even possible?
COVID lockdown resets the family, bringing Maeve’s two fast-maturing daughters home. As they enjoy good food and zoom calls with Ada, the family are drawn into the mystery. Each one has their role to play, unearthing history, and developing relationships.
Maeve is coming to terms with her growing powers. Will they get there in time to stop the next murder?
'Brilliant Brilliant, can’t wait for more.'
'Maeve and family are like old friends.'
'You have me hooked again.'
'Roll on Maeve’s new life in the next book!'
G.C.Fisher is the pen name for Gina Fegan who was born and raised in Ireland. However curiosity, impatience and a need to earn a living has led to travelling the world and many careers. The full range of waitressing, teaching English, running festivals, working on a building site as an engineer, setting up government programmes and more, has provided plenty of opportunities to meet the characters who now inspire her novels. As a lover of all stories and supporter of new writers, she is also an award winning film and theatre producer.
Based in Kent, with adult children and younger grandchildren, she is now doing all the things she loves writing, painting, spending time in the garden, and occasionally making raspberry jam.