Eileen's first novel was published in 2014. She has released three more since then and has plans for plenty more in the works!
A Welcher in Whitefish
When Kat, Paco, Snow, Soraia, Tanekwa and Tashawn--collectively known as the Spring Break Sleuths--first arrive in Whitefish, Montana to spend spring break with Paco's health-conscious sister Giselle, they figure that a lack of chocolate and potato chips will be the worst they'll have to face. But soon enough, petty yet suspicious things start happening: a local woman blames Giselle for intimidating a librarian into not letting her use the library's community room for her upcoming humanist meeting. The librarian in question is too nervous to confirm or deny the woman's accusations, and the judgmental owner of a nearby secondhand shop seems a little too pleased about the whole affair. Can the Spring Break Sleuths get to the truth of the matter--and clear Giselle's name--before school starts again?
A Hoodlum in Haddam
Less than a day after the Spring Break Sleuths arrive in Connecticut for spring break, they are approached by a local college student with a big problem: he and his fellow members of the Iris Bifrost, the LGBT club at his school, are suspected of vandalizing various historical buildings across the state. Of course the sophomore snoops agree to help salvage the club's reputation, but are certain members of the club as innocent as they appear? Join Kat, Paco, Snow, Soraia, Tanekwa, and Tashawn as they try to bring an ambitious graffiti artist to justice in A Hoodlum in Haddam--the second in the four-part Spring Break Sleuths series.
A Sinner in San Diego
When most college students go on spring break, they party till the sun goes down and then party some more. When Kat, Paco, Snow, Soraia, Tanekwa, and Tashawn go on spring break, they run straight into a mystery and refuse to back down until all lawbreakers are aware of just how big a mistake they've made. Join these six diverse, slightly nerdy freshmen as they investigate the theft of a rare fish in “A Sinner in San Diego”—the first of four lighthearted YA mystery novels.
Jury's Greatest Hits
When their second album fails to impress, '80s rock trio the Jury Brothers recruit a fabulous (and fabulously talented) upstart to inject new life into the group, much to the consternation of their former front man. With this single, life-altering decision comes more rewards—and more rude awakenings—than any of them expected.