“An atmospheric, red herring–strewn mystery that deftly captures an era’s angst and ambition.”— Kirkus Reviews

“…a twisting, cleverly plotted murder mystery set in the vaudeville theater of post-World War I, San Francisco…
The Red-Hot Blues Chanteuse is an enthralling read.” — Readers’ Favorite

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A Paper Lantern Writers Anthology featuring Ana’s World War II-era short story “Trust No One” where, in World War II Washington, a baby shower is overshadowed by espionage, ambition, and betrayal.


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A 2023 Paper Lantern Writers Anthology featuring Ana’s short story “X Marks the Spot”.

On New Years Eve in 1918 New York, a vaudeville knife thrower’s target-girl wife realizes she must take the ultimate risk to protect her unborn baby. Has she got the nerve to see it through?

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