Karen J. Mossman is my lovely Guest Author

I am so happy to host Karen J Mossman on my blog. She is a prolific author and blogger, and someone who is always helpful to other authors.

Karen J Mossman

Welcome, Karen.

A woman is dead, and another is missing. The only person who can save her is Cassie.
With no clues and time running out, her brother, Detective Newbold, desperately needs her help. He is counting on Cassie’s clairvoyant and empathic abilities to locate Chantelle.

When Chantelle’s brother, Pedro, seeks out a psychic for help, he meets and falls for Cassie. Though he wants answers, neither Cassie nor Detective Newbold can give any, which complicates their relationship. To make matters worse, his overbearing mother adds further damage with her meddling.

Meanwhile, the killer has been caught, but he refuses to talk. Now, it’s up to Cassie to read the signs and rescue her lover’s sister.

Will she find the answers in time?


  • Available as a paperback and on Kindle Unlimited

The Killer on the Heath is the first of a forthcoming trilogy.

Meet Cassie, the main protagonist in a character interview on the blog of J. M. Northup


He could be anywhere, I realised. He might be striding down this very street, seemingly normal. That’s what made him even more dangerous. He could be choosing another victim from the crowd while everyone else just thought him to be a regular guy. They wouldn’t know what he’s done, or the life he’s taken for his own gratification.’

I considered how and why people could be so cruel to each other.  When I’d asked Seb, he’d said, “Not everyone’s wired the same.  Some people think what they’re doing is okay.”

“How is that possible?” I’d asked him.

“Take Plinth,” he continued, “being brought up by parents who didn’t give a damn and mistreated him set the stage for the man he’d become. He didn’t have a proper standard to compare to, and the power he enjoyed only reaffirmed his beliefs.”

“You can stop that right now!” A shrill voice crashed into us, throwing us apart guiltily. His mother stood in the doorway; disapproval written all over her face. For a fraction of a second, her eyes lingered on my chest where my nipple stood erect. Once more she had caught me in a compromising position. I felt like a child being found doing something I shouldn’t. What is it with this woman? Couldn’t she have waited until we returned?!’’

‘The original short story was born in 2018. I liked it and wrote another and another. I soon had a collection of short stories.’



The Killer on the Heath is published by Norns Triad Publications and was introduced to the world in September.

Watch and listen to the author read an exciting excerpt from her book.


About Karen

Spending most of her life in the big city of Manchester, Karen and her husband moved to Anglesey, a small island off the north Wales coast. Along with their two dogs, she enjoys the freedom of the countryside and beaches that surround her.

Karen is also an avid reader and reviews every book she reads. On her website she also has two features – Pictures Telling Stories and About a book. And in keeping with the title – Magic of Stories, Karen believes in telling yarns in different ways. Check out the Magic Posts on her website.

If you would like a book featured in any of these, simply purchase The Killer on the Heath and send a copy of the receipt to kazzmoss@gmail.com and let her know which you would like. She will then send you the form to complete.

Link up with Karen on Social Media Where She Posts About – Anglesey, Books, Crafts, and Dogs








YouTube – Magic of Stories

Karen, thanks for being my Guest Author. Good luck with your books and other projects.


  1. Thanks for reblogging Karen, no I have not read it yet. I am working my way through 10 author books I have to read and working on two books (rewriter) so, I shall put it on my TBR pile and pray I can read faster. Looking forward to it. xx


  2. Thank you so much for having me as a guest on your blog. The Killer on the Heath was enjoyable to write and I am currently working on The Sound of Evil. This one and The Ghost on the Stairs are written, and just going through another rewrite. it certainly will be nice to have all three up there together. The covers have been designed by J M Northup of Norns Triad Publications. Aren’t they just great?


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