Paula Paul

Extraordinary Stories That Touch The Heart And Challenge The Mind

AN IMPROPER DEATH

The sea, dark as the mouth of death, vomited up the body of retired Admiral George Edward Orkwright, dressed in nothing save his wife's underwear, and left him lying on the rocky shore near the town of Newton-Upon-Sea.

That's the opening paragraph of An Improper Death in which Dr. Alexandra Gladstone battles local authorities, morticians, and the gossip of the town in order to learn the truth about Admiral Orkwright, his death, and his enigmatic wife.


Description of new work

The second book in the Dr. Alexandra Gladstone mystery series

Selected Works

historical fiction
The story of Catherine the Great's rise to power
YA Fiction
A young wizard faces bullying
Literary Novel
A young widow falls in love with a minister who is married.
Paula Paul's first literary novel. One third of the royalties go to cancer research
Historical Fiction
The story of Charlemagne's love for the nun, Amelia of the Ardennes
Historical Novels
A deep look at a courageous heroine. Harriet Klausner
Mystery
"A lively mixture of murder and love." Tony Hillerman
"Lively. . ." Tony Hillerman
"Without a dull moment. Don't miss it!"--Tony Hillerman
Hillary and Jane find a dead body in the old house they're decorating
Jane and Hillary are hired to plan a party for a long dead member of the eccentric Bean family and find themselve trapped in a house in the Alabama backwoods.
A corpse in a vault of Cotes du Rhone just about ruins Jane and Hillary's vacation in the south of France.