Kathryn R. Wall - Book Series In OrderDespite several requests for partials and a couple for the complete manuscript, I struck out. I was in my fifties and figured I didn't have decades to wait; plus, the cost was surprisingly low. Thank God for the independent bookstores that were receptive to it. The chains came on board when sales took off. The book had been out about eight months when the regional press, Coastal Villages Press in nearby Beaufort, gave me a call. They offered to publish both the first and newly completed second book in the series, And Not a Penny More. Both books went into a second printing within two months of release.
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Kathryn R. Wall
Kathryn R. She lives in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Facebook author page. Author Web Site. Wall St. Martin's Press Minotaur Books. While restoring her Hilton Head home after a brush with a hurricane, PI Bay Tanner reluctantly accepts bestselling true-crime writer Winston Wolfe as a client.
The Bay Tanner series is a series of mystery and thriller novels written by the well known American novelist named Kathryn R. There is a total of 12 books published in the series between the years and All the novels of the series feature the main character in the form of Bay Tanner, who is described as a financial consultant and a widower. Each of the novels of the series is primarily set in the Lowcountry area of South Carolina. Author Kathryn R. Wall used to live in Hilton Head Island herself and has the experience of about 25 years working as an accountant.
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I had no idea when we set up our informal inquiry agency that one of the first clients my father and I would have would be one of my own shirttail relations. Life is strange that way sometimes, or so I've found. Mercer Mary Prescott had the relationship down pat, from each third and fourth cousin by marriage twice removed, back through an incredible tangle of ancestors, all the way to our mutual great-great-something grandmothers who were half sisters. At least I think that's how it went. She lost me somewhere after the second "great," and I decided then and there I'd just take her word for it. It was certainly hard to believe, looking at her through the glass partition that rainy afternoon in mid-November, that we could be related by any but the most tenuous of blood connections.
From accountant to highly successful mystery author, Kathryn R. Wall delivers tantalizing tales over and over again. At 50 years of age it took her a while to get used to the fact that she was no longer as youthful as she had once been and with time not standing still, Ms Wall needed to decide whether she should pursue her dream of becoming a successful author. Thankfully she made the right decision and with the accomplishments of her successful accounting business behind her, she set out to pen her first novel, In For A Penny. As with many authors that was simply the beginning of her writing dream.
Set in South Carolina's low country, Wall's cozy series featuring widowed accountant Bay Tanner gets better with each book. When Judge Simpson refuses to answer Bay's questions about what's going on, Bay is stumped. How could her father be a blackmailer's target? Wall manages to keep several seemingly unconnected story lines in play, building suspense gradually until things fall neatly into place. Her greatest strength, however, is her heroine, who exudes self-confidence whether auditing the books of a shrimping company or consulting a forensics expert. Bay's wry observation on how middle-aged women are invisible to waitresses if an attractive man is nearby cuts to the bone, but is made without rancor.