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Please check the “About” section of this blog for information on the scope of this project. The blog is currently on hiatus and we are not updating it with new novels.

Please post your comments to the blog, or contact: John Blythe at blythej  at or 919.962.1172.

110 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Emily Jack

    Thanks for the great suggestion, John! We’ll be glad to add Sylvia Wilkinson’s novels to our list.

  2. This is Glenn Meganck. I am an author residing in Raleigh. My novel, After The Fall, takes place in NC. I also write under multiple pen names, including JR Ripley, Nick Lucas and Marie Celine. One of my new series, the Bird Lover’s Mystery Series (written as JR Ripley), takes place in the fictional town of Ruby Lake, NC.

  3. Emily Jack

    Thanks for letting us know about your novels, Glenn. We’ll happily add them to our list of titles to investigate!

  4. Elaine Horner

    I am trying to find any new books written by Joan Medlicott. Can you help me?

  5. Emily Jack

    Thanks for your comment, Elaine. Have you read A Blue and Gray Christmas, which was published in 2009? Or Promises of Change?

  6. Scott Clarke

    Check out The Rodeo Rider by Duncan More (Beau to Beau books and Amazon.
    Much of the action is set in Morgantown, Charlotte, and Raliegh.

  7. Emily Jack

    Thanks for the tip, Scott. We’ll add that to the list of titles to investigate!

  8. K.W.Wooten here – author of the new ebook, Pennywise: The Hunt for Blackbeard’s Treasure. It is set in the town of Beaufort, North Carolina, and the surrounding waterways and hamlets. This is the first in a series, and is a fun read for all ages. It is faced paced, filled with action, and weaves historical events and figures into the plot. G-rated, affordable (.99 for next 3 days) and perfect for a beach read.

  9. I’ve published a novel this year that takes place along the North Carolina coast on a fictional island called Green Island. It’s roughly located where Okracoke Island is. The title of the book is “Foggy Point Light”. It’s the first installment of a trilogy, the second installment coming out next year. The story is about an abandoned lighthouse with a 40 year old mystery, which has recently been purchased by a man who wants to fix it up and live there with his family. Go on the adventure with him as he discovers the mysteries of Foggy Point Light. I’d like it if you’d add this to your catalog.

  10. Larry Rochelle

    Jelly Balls is the 19th installment in the Palmer Morel Mystery Series by Redmond author Larry Rochelle. Palmer and his son, Tony Jack, are back in Miami. Palmer likes this environment. He loves the women. And, he’s the new manager at The Twisted Twerk, a swanky tennis and golf oasis with plenty of space to make contacts. But it’s a job that expects him to be ambassador to all the movie stars, sexy models and mobsters who frequent the touristy, Ocean Drive, Art Deco world of sex, conspiracy and the force known only as The Mossad. Could Morel survive?

    Go to for more.

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