Jeanne Grunert is an award-winning writer of paranormal mysteries and fiction with a Twilight Zone-feel and deep Catholic roots. Her work has been described as a cross between Flannery O’Connor and Edgar Allen Poe. Readers love her descriptive prose style and characters who leap to life in page-turning mysteries they can’t put down!
Jeanne’s fiction is available online at Amazon.com, Smashwords, and in two locations, Baine’s Books and Coffee in Appomattox, Virginia, and Evergreen Lavender Farm’s gift shop in Evergreen, Virginia.
The Majek Family Mysteries
A wealthy, widowed CEO…his outlandish immigrant father…and three sons, the youngest, deaf since childhood…haunted by unsolved mysteries. Set on Long Island’s Gold Coast, you’ll fall in love with the Majeks as they struggle to come to terms with the death of Cathy, David’s wife and mother of his children, search for her killer, and affirm the most important things in life: faith and family.
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When I was a girl, my dad took the family on Sunday outings. Many of these outings were to the famous estates of Long Island’s Gold Coast: Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboretum, Old Westbury Gardens, and the ruins of Knollwood, the estate which is now Muttontown Nature Preserve. As an adult, I spent many Sunday mornings ambling through the ruins of the Eberstadt Estate at Target Rock and Caumsett, the old Marshall Field Estate. I was fascinated with the stories, the hauntings, the tragedies and triumphs associated with these places. My books blend these spirited old buildings with faith and family, two things dear to me. I hope you enjoy the tales that transport you out of this world and into another!
What Readers Are Saying
Another winner! Love a book with a happy ending and a moral to the story. Jeanne writes so imaginatively that I can see in my mind White Oak Hall and its surroundings. This book is a must read if you love a good mystery.