Foolproof, the fourth in the Iris Thorne Mysteries series, is now available as an e-book at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com. A trade paperback edition is coming soon. Originally published in 1998, this new edition has been
I’m guest blogging at Book Reviews by Elizabeth A. White, discussing my adventures while writing my second book, Slow Squeeze, and facing the sophomore jinx. You might find it interesting. The photo above was taken
Happy New Year everyone! With this new year, I’m delighted to introduce my completely redesigned Website. I think it looks fabulous and I’m sure you’ll agree. It was designed and developed by the very creative Stef Serafin.
“[Emley’s] approach to her material is strikingly unusual. The characters, including Iris Thorne herself, have a lifelike complexity, and the portrait of Los Angeles . . . is masterfully drawn . . . . SLOW
Sexy and savvy Iris Thorne has made it to the big corner office of the glittering yet cutthroat Los Angeles investment firm, McKinney Alitzer. She’s looking ahead to a bright future with new boyfriend Garland
Detective Nan Vining investigates what appears to be a routine gang shooting, only to discover there is nothing typical about it. While the bodies pile up, Nan’s renewed romance with her partner Jim Kissick reaches
Homicide police detective, single mother to a teenage daughter, and lover of partner Jim Kissick, Nan Vining wishes life was a little more serene — like it is at Georgia Berryhill’s Malibu Canyon compound. Or