Here is a sneak peek at the cover of the forthcoming The Fat Lady Sings! Many thanks to eggcreative design in Melbourne who have made all three of my Bella Street covers as well as the cover for The Bellamy Bird.
In The Fat Lady Sings, Bella Street and her tech-wizard friend Felix Samson have been hidden in the Witness Protection Program to keep them out of Doc Gutson's evil clutches. Unfortunately, the Doc has hired the worst of the worst, Marky Blue-Eyes and Carlos the Moose, to track them down. Will Bella and Felix manage to stay one step ahead of the Doc and her henchmen? Will Bella and Felix ever find out what Excalibur is? What will Johnny Sequins and Pauly Three-Toes do if the Doc finally goes off the deep end? All good questions. One thing's certain, it won't be over 'til the fat lady sings...
The third instalment of the Tween Noir Bella Street Mysteries series – think Derek Zoolander meets Sam Spade. I know!
Please click the play button below to listen to me read the first chapter of The Bellamy Bird! This will give you a taste of my vintage-inspired adventure story for young and old. I'm hoping to post more updates on this channel in the future.
Many thanks to Sally Roddom from Australia for her four Star review of The Bellamy Bird! Sally writes on Amazon 'A fast-paced and fun read that brought back memories of my own childhood play'
. Read Sally's full review and others here
image source: Vern C Gorst. 1930 Two Girls Reaching for toy Sailboat. Seattle, Washington. University of Washington Libraries Digital Collection. Flickr Commons.
Another five star review on Amazon for The Bellamy Bird! Carolynfromoz wrote 'This is an excellent children's/YA adventure story also enjoyed by this older reader...heaps of adventure and sleuthing for young and old. Lots of good fun'.