Personally Inscribed Novels by EV HARTE and DAISY WAUGH (we are the same person)

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The Case of the Fooltarot book signedmelting the snowlast dance with valentinohoneyville


The Case of the Fool Returning from a holiday in St Lucia, Dolly Greene learns that squatters have taken over No.7 Tinderbox Lane, and a mysterious Brazilian woman has moved into No.3. She also finds a surly Russian girl, Marina, outside her door, insisting on a reading. Marina’s cards reveal conflict, misery and death and Dolly knows she should feel concerned. But the girl is so disagreeable she’s only too relieved when the reading finally comes to an end.

She would have preferred to forget about the Russian beauty’s malign reading . . .but Marina’s cards come back to disturb Dolly and all those around her, until Death once again leaves his calling card on Tinderbox Lane.

The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene In the heart of South West London, just a short stroll from the Thames, lies an enclosed and overgrown bike path and a single row of cottages. Foremost among Tinderbox Lane’s hotchpotch of loyal residents is professional Tarot reader, Dolly Greene…. When, one stiflingly hot summer’s day, Dolly reads the cards for the hedonistic Nikki, her usually professional patter is interrupted by a sudden vision – a flash of Nikki’s face, covered in blood and bruises.

A few days later, when the body of a battered woman is washed up by Chiswick Bridge, Dolly is haunted by the belief that Nikki’s time may have come… but can she be sure? And how far is Dolly prepared to go to act on her intuition?


Last Dance with Valentino 1916. Leaving war-ravaged London, Jenny Doyle sets sail for New York where she is to work fro the de Saulles family. Their home, Gatsby-like in elegance, is rife with intrigue and madness. Only Jenny’s friendship with dancer Rodolfo offers escape … until, one day, the household is changed forever. 

1926. America booms, prohibition rules and Rodolfo has taken his place on the silver screen as Rudolph Valentino. Will the world’s most desired film star and his lost love have their Hollywood happy ending , or will the tragic echoes from their time with the de Saulles thwart them one last time?  THIS NOVEL WAS INSPIRED BY A TRUE STORY


Melting the Snow on Hester Street October 1929: As America helterskelters through the last days before the Great Crash, the cram of Hollywood parties heedlessly on ….  Society couple, Max and Eleanor,  let the champagne flow as the glittering facade of their marriage teeters on the brink. As the stock market tumbles they have nowhere to fall but into the arms of their waiting lovers.

Hope is delivered in an invitation to one of the legendary house parties at Hearst Castle, weekend retreat of newspaper magnate Randolph Hearst and his young actress lover Marion Davies… In this decadent and glamorous setting, the time arrives for Max and Eleanor to make a decision. Either they sacrifice everything for fame and fortune or they plunge together into their secret and tragic past, and grasp one last chance to love each other again.  A STROY INSPIRED BY A TRUE EVENT


Honeyville The town of Trinidad, Colorado, was a tough place to be a woman in 1913. But it was the best place in the West to find one, if you had the cash… A murder throws Inez and Dora together – two women from opposite sides of a town built for men. Against all odds, the well born girl and the high class hooker are drawn together in friendship… But this is a place that is rotten to the core, and beyond the rustling of silk skirts, the dancing and laughter, a deadly unrest is building. .. Welcome to Honeyville – a town living by its own rules, where nothing is quite as it seems. A STORY INSPIRED BY A LOST CHAPTER IN AMERICAN HISTORY

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A Personally Inscribed edition of The Case of the Fool by EV HARTE, A Personally Inscribed edition of The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene by EV HARTE, A Personally Inscribed Edition of Last Dance with Valentino, A Personally Inscribed Edition of Melting the Snow on Hester Street, A Personally Inscribed edition of Honeyville by Daisy Waugh

2 reviews for Personally Inscribed Novels by EV HARTE and DAISY WAUGH (we are the same person)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stuart, Vale of Glamorgan (verified owner)

    Thank you EV/Daisy for bringing forth ‘The Pride of Dolly Greene’ into The World! (apologies for the somewhat poor tarot pun!)
    I thoroughly enjoyed it and lost myself in Tinderbox Lane and with its wonderful array of interesting characters, plot twists and tarot insights/wisdom!
    Am very much looking forward to the sequels and where Dolly’s deck will take us next 🙂

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Daisy Waugh

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