Love & Death in Burgundy
Katherine and Michael Goff have given up on Los Angeles and moved to Reigny-sur-Canne, a village so small that it doesn’t have its own boulangerie. What it does have is a rigid social order with apparently no room for transplanted Americans, not even a talented artist and her musician husband. Katherine’s attempts to win over her new neighbors get more complicated when an aristocrat who lives in a historic chateau dies.
Love & Death in Burgundy is the first in a St. Martin’s Minotaur series, debuts in May 2017.
Library Journal: “Shea launches a cozy series that richly details life in a small French village. The outlandish antics of the eccentric locals add to the humor. Suggest to fans of Rhys Bowen’s early “Evan Evans” series for the humor, the characters, and the charming setting.”
Dressed for Death in Burgundy is scheduled for May 2018
The charming if eccentric Musée du Costume is a hidden treasure in the market town of Avallon, not far from Katherine’s home in Reigny-sur-Canne. But when a group of American tourists stumbles on a murder scene there, Katherine, her English neighbor and would-be mystery writer, and the teenage girl Katherine has befriended are curious.