My Sun sign is Sagittarius, and the Archer in me loves to travel. Visiting cities like Venice, the setting of Renaissance Woman, provides great inspiration for stories. Another Romantic Suspense takes place on the Greek Island of Crete.
While traveling is fun, there's no place like home. I was born in Louisiana and still live there. All my mysteries, written as A.C. Mason, are set in South Louisiana. I'm a member of Sisters-in-Crime and Sisters-in-Crime New Orleans.
A very spoiled cat named Wiley shares my home. My two daughters and their families live in nearby communities. Yes, I'm a grandmother and a great grandmother
It's almost Christmas and all is not merry for Oak Point, Louisiana detective Caleb Bourque. He has been tasked with catching a serial killer who leaves a sprig of mistletoe on each victim.
The death of Cypress Lake Chief of Police Jim Foret is ruled a suicide, but his wife Susan believes he was murdered. Will she end up a victim herself before the killer is brought to justice?
Susan Foret is thrust into a murder scene when one of the wealthiest citizens of Cypress Lake, Louisiana dies near her as the local Krewe's parade is ending. The only clue is a gris-gris bag containing tarot cards and other fetish items left dangling from a knife in the victim's chest.
A Minoan artifact, contact with an ancient spirit, a case of mistaken identity, plus falling in love with sexy photographer Nikolas Tyler, adds up to a thrill a minute for astrology buff Adriane Ducote during her trip to the Greek island of Crete.
Aspiring mystery writer Susan Foret takes on a real life mystery when she sets out to prove her brother didn't murder his wife. Her actions lead to marital discord with her New Orleans homicide detective husband, threatening phone calls, another murder, and an attack that lands her in the hospital.
A topaz necklace connects Renee Martin and Patrick Jordan to a Renaissance romance in Venice, Italy cut short by unscupulous people who sought the valuable necklace. Will the topaz bind the pair together for the future?