To the site of Geraldine Evans, author of the popular Rafferty & Llewellyn and Casey & Catt mysteries.

Would you like a FREE book? How about the first four novels in my popular Rafferty & Llewellyn Mystery Series?

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My detective series are known for their humour and witty dialogue as well as for clever plots. Not to mention the family mayhem with which the Senior Investigating Officer of each of my procedural series has to contend during police investigations.

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Tudor and Plantagenet Historical Novels: Reluctant Queen, about Henry VIII’s little sister, Mary Rose Tudor, is available as a paperback and eBook


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Romantic Novels (written under the pen name Maria Meredith).

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6 thoughts on “HOME”

  1. I am shocked at the anti-Catholic comments in your Rafferty mysteries. They are most disturbing.

    1. I’m sorry if parts of my fiction should disturb you, Kathleen. I don’t believe anything in my novels is particularly anti-Catholic. But if you study history, as I have done, you must surely admit that through the centuries, the capacity for violence and repression of opposition by the Catholic Church has been well documented. One could make similar claims about other religions.

      What, in particular, do you find disturbing? That many of the remarks that my lapsed Catholic protagonist, Joe Rafferty, comes out with are true? Perhaps if you could provide me with specific instances in my mysteries where I’m vehemently anti-Catholic I would be able to respond more fully.

  2. As a person that has toyed for years with the notion of finally putting pen to paper, Karl Jones sickens me. In addition to what he admitted to in a court of law, he blatantly plagiarized you and after his blog was deleted he is now sticking his head in the sand, locking his Twitter and ceasing correspondence hoping this will blow over. I wish there were more that I could do beyond contacting Amazon, writing a negative review on the Amazon page(Jack Gonzales) and following your blog. One of my issues with actually being a published author(even self-published) is will my work be stolen, at least I rest easier knowing that today, it’s much more difficult to get away with plagiarism.

    1. Thanks, Jack. Apologies for the tardy reply, but my internet access is intermittent at best.

      Thanks also for contacting Amazon and writing a negative review. I think he got more than he bargained for when he plagiarised me! Might make him think twice before he does it again.

      I sincerely hope Amazon removes the rest of ‘his’ books from their site, as I doubt he wrote any of them.

      Don’t let this awful man put you off self-publishing. In my experience, it’s a far better option than going with a traditional publisher as their contracts are becoming more and more onerous and you still have to wait nine months for your royalties as they account every six months and then there’s another three months before you actually receive anything (not that what you get is usually worth the wait!).

      Cheers, Jack.

  3. I love your Rafferty- Llewellyn series! I actually signed up for a free download but for some reason never gets to my email for conformation, I really am excited for the next book!

    1. Thanks Amelia! It’s great that you love the series. I so appreciate when readers contact me to say so. 🙂

      Have you checked your spam folder? You can also put the email address in your address book, and then you should have no trouble in receiving my emails.

      And thanks again for your kind words.

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