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First Impressions: A Young Adult Mystery Short Story

Here comes yet another short story. This one is a Young Adult story, but that shouldn’t stop the not-so-young adults from reading it!

I wrote the story in September, when the kids went back to school. It’s possible that the teacher’s name is weirdly similar to my daughter’s teacher – but the similarities stops there!

Anyway…let me know what you think!

First Impressions

Being the new girl in school is never fun.

I’m used to it, though. Spotting potential new friends, identifying the cliques to avoid, figuring out the school’s layout… Been there, done that.

Being accused of murder before the first class even starts? That’s new.



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New Mystery Short Story Available

As promised, I continue publishing last year’s short stories. This one is Mystery (like a majority of my stories) and it’s quite funny. At least it was fun to write!

I usually spend two or three weeks in Norway every summer, and most years we eat at least a meal or two of crabs. Seems like last year, this was a source of inspiration!


Some crimes are more interesting than others.

Some killers are more surprising than others.

Today’s murderer appears to be a crab.



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The Red Brick Cellars: A Tolosa Mystery

The Red Brick Cellars: A Tolosa Mystery by R.W. Wallace

This is all very scary for someone who spent most of her life being invisible on the net. First novel, first website, first post, all in one go.


My very first novel, The Red Brick Cellars, is available! The eBook is already on Amazon and the print should be ready pretty soon. I’ll let you know.

What’s it about?

A murdered mayor. A second body reduced to skeleton and dust. The public display so horrific that the police are baffled.
Everyone assumes uninterested heir Louis Saint-Blancat will finally settle down and focus on the politics of Toulouse, France. Louis becomes the center of attention in the press while his mother and sister pressure him to follow the family’s political tradition when all he wants is to track down his father’s killer, then return to his globe-trotting lifestyle.
Determined to ferret out the story behind the perplexing assassination that took place at the very center of Toulouse to advance her career, struggling English journalist Catherine Marty finds an unlikely ally in Louis.
Will the two sleuths discover what is lurking beneath the apparent congeniality of la Ville Rose?

If you’re interested in a free copy in exchange for an honest review, please contact me (through any of the contact buttons in the sidebar or in the footer).
Available on Amazon: The Red Brick Cellars: A Tolosa Mystery (affiliate link)