Born into the Scottish working class, Kate McLaren is a servant in a noble household in the early 1900’s until she falls in love with a man who changes everything. But change has many faces, and their complicated relationship leads her to the mansions of London where she encounters different kinds of love, the horrors of war, and ultimately, confrontation with the enemy himself.
Awards Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fiction, 2018 Finalist, Beverly Hills Book Award, Historical Fiction, 2019 Buy Invisible by Day
Coming next year, The Clovis Dig. Claire Courtney is an orchardist in Washington State, but life has not been easy, and she’s close to losing the orchard she inherited. When large, arrowhead-like rocks are unearthed on her property, she calls in the scientists. Native American Joe Running, in his first job as an archaeologist at Washington State University, investigates. And what he finds astounds him—11,000 year old artifacts belonging to an ancient people of the Clovis culture.
Claire keeps Joe on the project, but hires New York Clovis expert Spencer Grant. At worst, Claire hopes the project won’t interfere with her orchard business, and at best, she dreams of buried treasure that may solve her financial problems. But the dig unearths something meant to be hidden and never found.
As her life intertwines with the Latinos who work with her, the Native Americans who claim the artifacts are their ancestors and rightfully theirs, and the archeologists, Claire is forced to come to grips with the past and face the future, even if it means losing everything.