Posts Tagged ‘mystery novels’

THE SECOND DRAFT AND MORE

Friday, January 2nd, 2009

I sometimes say the first draft of a novel is the most satisfying to write. When the creative spirit gallops free as a mare in the fields, kicking up its heels, you know the work is going splendidly! But when it’s not, your spirit [creative or otherwise] drags along like a lame donkey hauling a cart of manure. Life can be unmitigated hell. (more…)

Award winning novel, A Trial of One, Chapter One

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008

I’m going to post a number of Chapters from A Trial of One, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy, just to give you a taste. If you like it, and I think you will, you can purchase it at just about any online bookstore.

You are about to meet Norma Dinnick one of Harry Jenkins elderly clients. Is she a vulnerable old lady in need of his protection or the mastermind of a criminal fraud? As you may already know, Harry is the protagonist lawyer of The Osgoode Trilogy. I’ll see how many chapters I can post without giving too much away! So, come back soon for more.

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Chapters from A Trial of One

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

Why not visit me on my other website, www.authorsden.com/maryemartin where I will start posting some chapters from the third novel in The Osgoode Trilogy, on Monday April 14th. This is so you can try it out before you buy. Also on that site, you will find the first seven or eight chapters of the first two novels in the trilogy, Conduct in Question and Final Paradox. Hope you decide to drop in.