#MyrtleMondays: A Deadly Voyage!

We recently discussed the perilous sea voyage that inspired Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries book 4In Myrtle Peril.  Today I have a delightful (but no less perilous) surprise for Myrtle’s German fans!

It’s a cover reveal for the German edition of In Myrtle Peril! And to get you in the spirit, here’s a look at the first three books in the series:

I could not love these covers more. Unless there was–gasp!–a fourth

Read More:

Myrtle in Germany (featuring some of my favorite German holiday images)

Secret of the Belltower

In Myrtle Peril is Heading to Germany (featuring some important German inventions)

Myrtle’s German publisher, Knesebeck, has created an absolutely magnificent design for the covers. The simplicity is deceptive (perfectly so!), hiding all sorts of beautiful details—one might even say clues—in plain sight. A brilliant treat for the Observant Reader!

And Eine Schifffahrt, Die est Todlich (or “A Deadly Voyage”) is no different. Check out all the seafaring imagery worked into the design:

From the beautiful sea blue, to the ocean wave borders, to the Persephone’s chronometer… alles ist perfekt!

Myrtle’s deadly German voyage launches April 4, 2023!


One Response to “#MyrtleMondays: A Deadly Voyage!”

  1. J. Hyde

    So fun to see Myrtle and company translated and the covers reimagined for international fans! ❤️