I have had a roller-coaster weekend. The release of The Heir of Westmacott Hall isn’t even the most adrenalin-inducing instance of the last two days!
I don’t want to keep anyone waiting. The Heir of Westmacott is now available on Amazon for purchase or to read through KU. Go nuts. If you like your scientists with a side of gothic romance, this is one hypothesis you will want to test yourself:
The Heir of Westmacott Hall.
A mystery science can’t solve.
Newt Grimshaw lives by the scientific method. His current hypothesis is that transforming his former family home, Westmacott Hall, into a school will:
A) remove him from poverty
B) restore the ruined reputation of his chemist parents, and:
C) silence the rumours connected to Westmacott Hall for good.
But Westmacott Hall contains even more secrets than cobwebs. Someone is determined to prevent Newt from claiming his inheritance—and then Newt witnesses a dead man walking the halls of his family estate.
Alive, Griffin Winsor was determined to destroy the credibility of the Grimshaw name. Sudden death but an end to his campaign—or has his desire for revenge brought him back from beyond the grave? Newt doesn’t believe in ghosts, but Griffin is his only hope of uncovering the truth behind his parents’ tragic deaths.
To make his school a success, Newt must solve the mysteries of Westmacott, or risk becoming a failed experiment himself. As Newt grapples with the facts, will his adherence to science save him—or will Westmacott Hall claim another victim?
The Heir of Westmacott Hall is for those who enjoy their scientific rivals with a dash of the supernatural. It is the fifteenth book in the Read by Candlelight series of novellas featuring an LGBTQIA cast, and can be read as a standalone.