Eugene Woodbury

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The primary purpose of this website is to discuss the novels I've written, translated, and published together with my sister Kate.

If you're new to Fuyumi Ono's Twelve Kingdoms fantasy series, see this guide to the novels. I am currently working on Hills of Silver Ruins.

Donna Howard is an ordinary girl with the extraordinary ability to see dead people from the past. In Coin, an ancient Roman coin is the key to unraveling a fatal "accident."

Silver Spoon takes Donna to the legendary Salem, Massachusetts, to investigate a haunted silver spoon and the suspicious death of the old man who once owned it.

And then in Apron, Donna's investigation into a colonial-era portrait from upstate New York uncovers a possible kidnapping and a murderer who got away scot-free.

UFOs are appearing all over the world, including Japan. It's up to master sleuth Kogoro Akechi and the Boy Detectives Club to reveal the true identity of The Space Alien.

Caught up in a failed revolt against the shogun and forced to flee for her life, Princess Ryô must ally herself with her family's ancient enemy, the wily Serpent of Time.

In Fox & Wolf, a werewolf and a Japanese werefox have to stop fighting each other long enough to join forces against the yakuza thugs threatening their families.

Aubrey St. Clair went to a ball and got turned into a cat. As she discovers in Aubrey: Remnants of Transformation, becoming human again may be the last thing she wants.

Aubrey is the first book in the Roesia series. Roesia is an alternate Victorian universe where magic is real and spells and potions are the focus of academic study.

Aburey is followed by Lord Simon: The Dispossession of Hannah, Richard: The Ethics of Affection, and Tales of the Quest.

Persuadable takes on the nemeses of Jane Austen's Persuasion: the scheming Mrs. Clay and the wily Mr. Elliot. Who says a couple of gold diggers can't find true love?

Did Mr. B, the famously redeemed rake of English letters, romance his great love or abuse her? Mr. B Speaks! hauls the man into court, where must defend his actions before skeptical scholars and an unsentimental judge.

Adaptations of Jane Austen's most beloved work often transform Fitzwilliam Darcy into the stereotypical alpha male of Regency romances. In A Man of Few Words, Darcy steps forward to set the record straight.

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