So basically, international translations of my books equals lots of dorky fun for me. And a few more royalties. And so I'm happy to announce that Harlequin France has published another one of my books. I think it's House of Secrets--they titled it "The Price of the Truth," and I haven't yet received my copy to muddle through with my poor French and see which one it is for sure.
Previously, Harlequin France had published Maximum Security, my 2004 Intrigue, and I confess, I was a little bummed that they chose not to publish anything from the Mission: Family series. But apparently they did in Oct. 2006! Yay! I can like France again! (Kidding. I'm only kidding.)
Also out from the Mission series is House of Secrets from an unknown Scandinavian country (HUS! Leyanndorrona, or something like that. I'm not near my shelves.), and an Icelandic version of Next of Kin. I think all three made it down under to Australia and New Zealand.
Anyhoo, the cover is, of course, above. The house is a lot junkier looking than it is in the book, but it DOES look scary, does it not? And Emma is not ugly, so I am pleased.