Maggie’s latest…

Romantic Suspense Mystery

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In 1955 Philadelphia, a rookie female sleuth investigates a woman’s mysterious disappearance for her first case, encountering danger, deception, and desire when she’s forced to team up with a handsome, seasoned private eye. 

Now available in ebook and print!

3-D cover of Never on Monday by Maggie FitzRoy

Romance and Mystery

Maggie FitzRoy’s novels feature compelling love stories with feisty heroines, strong heroes, and page-turning plots. Her books take place in locales and times that she has researched extensively, making each a true romantic adventure.

Never on Monday: 1955 Philadelphia

His Haven: 1923 Miami Beach, Florida

Beacon Beach: 1886 Beachside resort in Cape May, N.J.

Mercy’s Way: 1845 Oregon Trail

  • Never on Monday
  • His Haven
  • Beacon Beach
  • Mercy’s Way

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About Maggie

A lifelong fan of love stories and history, the author’s novels sweep the reader into the past, where history meets mystery and love and danger collide.

Maggie is a former journalist and magazine and newspaper editor who lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

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Praise from Readers

Alls well

This was a real sweet story that was told very good. I enjoyed the trip by wagon across the country.

Kindle Customer

A great beach read!

I just finished reading Maggie FitzRoy’s second novel, Beacon Beach. It’s perfect reading for a summer day. It takes you back in time to 1886 in the seaside town of Cape May, NJ. Maggie does a great job of describing resort life in the Victorian times as the romance of Jacy and Cole blossoms.

Joan Casebeer

Wonderful Historical Romance!

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Janet L. Yunghans

Five Stars

Reading, very well written.
Maggie, just finished, do we have a sequel? Hope so. Very enjoyable read. Good Luck, know this journey will be great.

Clara Bell Whitaker

An exciting story of love on the Oregon Trail

I loved this book and was sorry to see it end. The author tells a beautiful story of the trials and triumphs on a wagon train headed for Oregon. Historically accurate, this book let’s the reader became part of the character’s lives. I loved the surprise ending.

Marlene Simpkins

Suspense around every corner!

I like to read historical fiction that is accurately researched and presented so realistically that I feel like I am there, and Maggie does that. In addition, this book has a witty plot that kept me on the edge, full of surprises as the pages turned. But what I loved the most about this novel were the characters, their challenges, dreams, and approaches to life that led them on to accomplish the nearly impossible, time after time. Can hardly wait to open Maggie’s third!

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