Fiction by Jeanne Grunert includes the popular Majek Family Mysteries, novellas, and short stories.
After winning the Brockport Fantasy and Science Fiction writing competition when she was just a teenager, Jeanne wrote for many years before a career as a marketing manager and writer beckoned. She returned to writing in 2014. Her first book of paranormal short fiction and novellas soon followed.
Her first novel was the well-received Majek Family Mysteries, I Believe You.
I See You, the second Majek mystery, also received excellent reviews. The next book of the series, I Hear You, has not been released yet.
Fiction by Jeanne Grunert: The Majek Family Mysteries
The popularity of the Majek Family Mysteries took Jeanne by surprise. The series was inspired both by stories told to her by her great-uncle, who worked as a plumber for the many Gold Coast Estates. His stories of the haunted Woolworth Mansion where he worked on the gold-plated faucets fascinated Jeanne.
During the years Jeanne lived on the North Shore of Long Island, she worked next door to Chelsea Mansion (now Muttontown Nature Preserve) and also experienced a personal tour of Oheka Castle, the famous mansion built by Otto Herman Kahn, when it was under renovation. It was her visit to Oheka and her many walks around the ruins of the mansion at Target Rock that inspired White Oak Hall, the haunted mansion in I See You.
Jeanne’s work defies categorization. Although mainly mystery novels, her works also blend family sagas, character-driven plots, and of course, the ghostly happenings, into the drama.
Where to Fiction by Jeanne Grunert
- Barnes & Noble
- Baine’s Books and Coffee