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Friday, April 4, 2008

Sponsor - Lula Thomas - Author of See No Evil, My Pretty Lady


"What if you lived in Victorian London, the time of Jack the Ripper? What if you were one of the women he attacked, yet you managed to escape? And what if he knew he needed to find you and silence you before you identified him?

New maid Dorcy Edwards spurns her wealthy employer's attempts to seduce her. When he becomes a victim of the person the newspapers call "Jack the Ripper," estranged son Gareth Davenport returns to London to handle his father's affairs. Dorcy puzzles over what the brooding, handsome heir might be hiding behind his eye patch and black leather gloves. As circumstances unfold to expose the killer's identity, Dorcy's plunged into a nightmare, convinced Gareth is none other than the infamous murderer. But is Dorcy's life what Gareth seeks? Or nothing more easily broken than her heart?"


Lula Thomas, or Miss Mae, the Pure Southern Genteel author, has been an avid reader since she first discovered Nancy Drew mystery books in the fifth grade. A year later, she tried her own hand at writing and came up with a short story called "Midnight Horror". A memorable title, but forgettable plot. The desire to create the kind of stories she wanted to read prompted many unfinished novels stuffed in the recesses of her closet. Not until three years ago when she received her first personal computer did she once again succumb to the urge. This time with the internet available, she was able to do research and slowly learned the ropes to publishing. Her first free-lance article sold in January 2007, with others following throughout the year. By December 2007, her first book, "See No Evil, My Pretty Lady" was contracted by The Wild Rose Press, and released January 16, 2008. It's remained the number one bestseller for non-American historical.

You can also find her humor articles, personal musings, and commentaries at the column she writes for the syndicated ezine, "American Chronicle".

VISIT HER WEBSITE - http://www.missmaesite.comVISIT HER BLOG - http://missmaesite.blogspot.com

"See No Evil, My Pretty Lady" can be bought at http://www.thewildrosepress.com
Read her review at http://longandshortreviews.blogspot.com

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