Archive for Jill Steeples

The Woman in White

“As they meandered through the throng of sightseers, a peculiar feeling overcame Sarah. Something made her stop and look over her shoulder to the other side of the square. She gasped, causing Brett to stop abruptly.
‘Oh my goodness,’ she cried, her hand flying to her mouth. ‘Look over there, at that woman!’”

From The Woman in White by Jill Steeples.

At Death’s Door

“She deserved a medal, a badge of honour, for wifely services far and beyond the normal call of duty. Either that or a bit of retail therapy.”

From At Death’s Door by Jill Steeples.