Interview with Debbi Mack of Crime Cafe

Just before Christmas I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Debbi Mack for her site and podcast, Crime Cafe. Having Covid over Christmas prevented me from posting about it earlier, but it was great fun! I loved talking about Kiki Button and all the ins and out of 1920s Paris.

You can find the podcast with transcript here.

You can find the video here.

You can find my guest post – with giveaway! – here.

To enter the giveaway, just tell me Who is the 1920s personality you most admire and why? The prize is a copy of the first Kiki Button book, April in Paris, 1921, and you can contact me via email or any of my social media channels.

More advance praise for “Autumn Leaves, 1922”

Autumn Leaves, 1922 has also received a great review from Booklist:

“A mesmerizing, highly original tale that’s part spy thriller, part ode to a postwar Paris, part love story, and part mystery, Lunney’s latest features unique and captivating characters, rapid action, and a cliff-hanger ending.” 

These are the last few days of the pre-order – the book is out on Tuesday August 3rd! Put your order in today to get a copy as soon as possible.

Pegasus Books and Simon & Schuster


Amazon and Book Depository

In the USA:

IndieBound and Barnes and Noble

In Australia:

Booktopia and Abbey’s Bookshop and Kinokuniya Sydney and Dymocks and Readings

In New Zealand:

Mighty Ape

In Canada:

McNally Robinson and Indigo