Meet R.B. Marshall

R.B. Marshall hails from Scotland, and her mysteries are also set in Scotland. Beautiful landscapes, glorious castles, colorful characters and perplexing puzzles are the major elements of her stories. R.B. also writes fantasy and woman’s fiction (Roz Marshall) and Historical Romance (Belle McInnes). Be sure to join her NewsLetter and follow on Facebook!

She writes the Highland Horse Whisperer Mysteries and is the force behind our anthology, Mysteries, Midsummer Sun and Murders. R.B love to spend time with her horse.

For the Midsummer anthology, R.B. Marshall wrote Picnics, Peers, and Poison, the prequel to a new series, The White Rose Tearoom Historical Mysteries
It’s set in 1893, and features a spunky, clever, female sleuth, Lady Persephone Merrit (but call her Persi!). She’s from a noble family that’s fallen on hard times, likes to cycle in the Scottish countryside and enjoys taking photographs with her Kodak box camera.

Our author spent time, all in research of course!,  The Willow Tearoom on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow, which my ‘White Rose Tearoom’ will be based on.

The Highland Horse Whisperer Mysteries is set in the fictional village of Glengowrie in Perthshire, on the edge of the Scottish Highlands – see the photo below for the real-life village that is partly the inspiration.


Before the release, you are going to want to pre order your copy! Not only will you get it at the lowest price of 99 cents, but you will also get a fun addition that the authors put together for our readers; a recipe book of great summer salads.

We are also doing something extra special for our potential readers; we’ve put together an exciting package with over 30 prizes to win. Ereaders, gift cards, signed copies of books, ebooks, audio books, the list goes on. And you can check out the list AND sign up to win the Mysteries, Midsummer Sun & Murder anthology prize pack by clicking on the box below.

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