Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Anon, Sir, Anon is HERE and NOW

I guess that would make it Now, Sir, Now..., never mind, it was funnier in my head.

The point is that Rachel Heffington has a new novel out and it looks like a humdinger.  It's a mystery AND it's set in England AND it's got hilarious banter AND it's by one of my favorite authors... so yeah, you should go buy it and read it.


The 12:55 out of Darlington brought more than Orville Farnham's niece; murder was passenger.In coming to Whistlecreig, Genevieve Langley expected to find an ailing uncle in need of gentle care. In reality, her charge is a cantankerous Shakespearean actor with a penchant for fencing and an affinity for placing impossible bets.  When a body shows up in a field near Whistlecreig Manor and Vivi is the only one to recognize the victim, she is unceremoniously baptized into the art of crime-solving: a field in which first impressions are seldom lasting and personal interest knocks at the front door.  Set against the russet backdrop of a Northamptonshire fog, Anon, Sir, Anon cuts a cozy path to a chilling crime. 

Rachel Heffington is a novelist, a nanny, and a people-lover living in rural Virginia with her family and black cat, Cricket. Her first novel, Fly Away Home, was independently published in February of 2014, while her novella, The Windy Side of Care, was published by Rooglewood Press in the Five Glass Slippers anthology in June of 2014. Visit Rachel online at

Rachel's also hosting a giveaway to celebrate her new book.  You can enter to win a complete party in a box! The Cozy Quagmire Party Pack includes everything you’ll need to have an evening worthy of guests such as Vivi, Farnham, and Dr. Breen. Prize includes P.G. Tips (Rachel's favorite British black tea), a $5 Panera Bread gift-card for toasting-bread, a Yankee candle, matchbook, and a paperback copy of Anon, Sir, Anon.

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And for the business side of things-- you can purchase Anon, Sir, Anon in paperback format on Amazon, or in Kindle format at the same website.  (Revolutionary.)  Rachel's working on getting the book into Barnes and Noble, so stay tuned over at her blog for that!


Melody said...


Oh, my favorite thing about autumn. Um... my birthday.
Sorry, boring answer, but true. :P

deryn joy said...

hey, I'll comment :)

I love the colors. autumn leaves almost always bring me to tears they are so beautiful.

quirky but true :T

woo! tea and books! bring it!