Miller’s Cottage (new Tora Skammelsen novella)

millers-cottageMiller’s Cottage

Finally, my second novella about the curious writer Tora Skammelsen from the remote Danish region of Thy is out there. Price: $ 1.99 only.

Tora buys her home near the North Sea, but village life does not quite live up to her expectations. Soon she develops a keen interest in the activities of her peculiar neighbour Margrethe. Why does the widow try to hide the fact that a man is living with her? Besides there is Rune, the charming sales rep at the Old Mill Inn, who all but sweeps Tora off her feet while her friend, Police Inspector Thomas Bilgren, is preoccupied with a bank robbery.

The story can be read as a stand-alone, but for readers with an interest in Tora’s private affairs it may be a good idea to read North Sea Cottage first.

A warm thank you to my editor and translator Miriam Hummelshøj, my proofreader Emily Nemchick and my faithful beta-reader Margot Kinberg.

Tweets etc will be much appreciated!

Did you know there are also two short stories, featuring Tora Skammelsen? The Woman behind the Curtain and Football Widow.

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About Dorte Hummelshøj Jakobsen

I am a Danish teacher. In my spare time I read, write and review crime fiction.
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6 Responses to Miller’s Cottage (new Tora Skammelsen novella)

  1. Thanks for the kind mention, Dorte. And congratulations on the release of Millers Cottage! I wish you much success with it.

  2. Congratulations, Dorte! I wish you and “Miller’s Cottage” and the rest of the series all success.

  3. Kelly says:

    I missed seeing the second short story, so it’s now loaded on my Kindle as well as this one. Looking forward to reading them!

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