McShane's Bride (The Dotsero Train Wreck)
At 9:47 on a cold January night in 1909, Hanna McBride had no idea she would be involved in the worst head-on train wreck in Colorado history. About to enter Glenwood Canyon, with a steep cliff on one side and the Colorado River on the other, the passenger train lay directly in the path of an enormous two-locomotive freight train hauling heavy railcars filled with coal. In a passenger train built mostly of wood, many died instantly. Others lay injured and dying in the rubble. Had it not been for the heroic rescue efforts of the people in nearby towns, many more would have died. However, the jackknifed railcars delayed rescue efforts until sunrise the next morning. Hanna McShane's story is based on the actual 1909 train wreck at Dotsero, Colorado. Edited by Katie Lee Andersen
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ANNA -- In love with a woman he had only seen once and could not find, the High-lander, Kevin MacGreagor was growing older and needed a wife to give him sons. No other woman pleased him, not even the daughters of other lairds, so he finally settled for Anna sight unseen. But when his men went to meet her guard, she was all alone and badly beaten. Who could have done such a thing and why? Amazon Apple Kobo Google Play Nook
She was the most beautiful woman Duke MacGreagor had ever seen. He loved her, he married her, and then he left Scotland and bought an American silver mine. Fortune smiled down on him when he sold the mine, and became one of the richest men in Colorado. Certain she would be happy wherever he was, the duke built a mansion and sent for his wife. Yet, nothing could have prepared him for the disaster that was headed his way. Amazon Apple Kobo Google Play Nook
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Ethan McShane gave half of his life savings to buy land in Palisade, Colorado and caught the next train out. Less than a month later, she too excitedly boarded a train bound for Colorado - a train that would never reach its destination. Amazon Apple, Kobo Google Play Nook
Did Kristy really shoot a cab driver, and why does Laura have a portrait of Danny, Gail’s high school boyfriend, on her living room wall? Three friends meet again after being out of touch for nearly sixty years, and the truth about Danny's death finally comes out. Edited by Katie Lee Andersen Amazon Apple Nook Google Play Kobo
The Klondike Gold Rush was over but men kept coming, rich men looking for investments in America’s west coast boom towns. Some men were easy targets. Some were a little more suspicious, but even a suspicious man can fall in love, especially with a beautiful young woman who knows just how to hook him. A stand-alone book. Edited by Katie Lee Andersen Amazon Apple, Kobo Google Play Nook
Beloved Ruins Book 1
An ancient MacGreagor edict held that the clan give sanctuary to any lass who believed herself in danger, when Grizel Allardice claimed her father meant to kill her, she too was granted safety. However, Grizel was not who she claimed to be. Instead, she was the spoiled and rebellious daughter of a much feared northern laird, who offered a very tempting reward to anyone who could find her and bring her home.
At last, her father agreed to let debutante Blair MacGreagor sail to London to be presented to the King. She took a copy of a lost MacGreagor story with her, but finding time to read was not easy. Not only did she have to avoid being swept off her feet by a man eager to relieve her of her inheritance, her mother’s scandalous reputation quickly spread among the first-class passengers.
Charles MacGreagor was hired to rebuild Glenartair Castle after it burned four years earlier. His men were hard working, supplies were coming in on time finally, and he was well satisfied with the progress. He was satisfied, that is, until the floor of the old castle gave up another of its secrets.
The year was 1912, but rumors of a war in Europe was the last thing on Blair MacGreagor’s mind. Engaged and hopelessly in love, she returned to America from the United Kingdom on the HMS Mauretania thinking only of planning her wedding. Yet, by the end of her first day on dry land, her whole world was turned upside down.
The Dead Letters
In the Atlanta dead-letter office, a series of odd letters began to arrive from Seattle. The envelopes were addressed simply to “sister” with no address or return address and inside, the letters were signed by someone who called herself, Princess. Yet, the contents of the letters seemed to be a cry for help, and soon it became Natalie’s obsession to find her. For that she needed the help of a detective – a very handsome detective named Daniel.
Love and Suspicion
When Tiffany Clark’s car broke down and she was forced to walk to a nearly deserted small town in Iowa, the only person she found was an old man who had not spoken to anyone in years. She soon learned he could speak, he just didn’t, and the reason had to do with the town’s shocking and scandalous unsolved mystery.
The Locked Room
The last thing Colette Bouchard wanted was to go back to the small town that hated her almost as much as she hated it. Yet when her father passed away it was up to her to settle his affairs. She fully intended to arrange his funeral, sell everything, and then leave town – after, of course, she got a good look at what was in the bedroom her father forbid her to enter.
The Kings of the Seven Bells
There was a time when the Carbollo and the Mobbox children played together in the grasslands, tossing stones, foot racing, and solving riddles – all designed to prepare them for the days of the seven bells. Yet, when the Carbollo grew suspicious of the Mobbox, the adults no longer allowed it. Had it not been so, Raxton Carbollo and Nerratel Mobbox might have become fast friends. Instead, they were destined to be resolute rivals.
Edited by Katie Lee Andersen
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My grandfather, Lloyd McClurg was a member of his Scottish Clan in Iowa...until he got kicked out for marrying my grandmother against his father's wishes. I remember him as a gentle giant, filled with love and warmth, yet strength and wisdom. The Marblestone Mansion Series contains details they wrote in their memory book.