Thursday, January 8, 2015

STALKED: Danger and Furry, Ellis Island 1912

Good morning, reading friends!  I'm happy to show you the new cover for
Stalked: Danger and Furry, Ellis Island 1912, showing clipper ships in a foggy New York Harbor.  It's available in paperback and on Kindle.  I hope you like it!

** Awarded the GOLD MEDAL for Young Adult Mystery from Literary Classics.
** Kirkus Reviews calls it "An atmospheric confection that will thrill YA readers...Gregory achieves a realistic, rich atmosphere with insightful details about the immigration process and New York tenements in the early 1900s."
      When Rikke Svendsen, a 15-year-old Danish servant arrives at Ellis Island in 1912, she realizes that a fellow passenger on her voyage across the Atlantic -- whose advances she had spurned -- is stalking her. In the chaos of immigration and trying to flee him, she gets stranded in New York City instead of being able to meet family in Racine, Wisconsin. Relieved to have eluded the man, she finds work in the tenements as a seamstress for a film company and struggles to earn money for a train ticket north. Meanwhile, through letters and telegrams, she learns that mysterious accidents are befalling her loved ones in Racine with deadly results. As Rikke pieces together clues, frantic for her beloved Viggo, she seeks to unravel what or who is behind the terror.

Look for Longhand: One Writer's Journey, to be published Spring 2015.

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