Plain Sight: A Dawna Shepherd short story” is now
available as an ebook. Fleeing the cops, a wily Ponzi-schemer
disguised in a black hat and chin whiskers is hiding among the Plain
Folk wintering in a Sarasota suburb nicknamed “the Amish Las
Vegas.” Trying to smoke out the fugitive, our FBI
Special Agent tangles again with persistent and hunky bounty hunter
Tommy O'Brien. Dawna finds herself suiting up with the Florida
Suncoast State University women's basketball coach and players to
get her man. But which man?
Bonus story: this
ebook short also includes “Boot Scoot” in which Dawna first
meets Fugitive Team Leader O'Brien. Both stories first appeared in Alfred
Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. All of Dawna's early adventures
are collected in my ebook Run & Gun: 12 Tales of Girls with
Recently released: 12 Drummers Drumming, now available worldwide as
an ebook readable on all devices. You’ll find my first
published thriller at your favorite ebook vendor, now at the same
bargain price as the other three books in my series featuring US
Foreign Service Officer Casey Collins.
Ken Kesey, and Me An
indie company comes to Oregon to film Acid Test: The Life of
Ken Kesey. Eugene location scout Estrella “Star” Stevens
stumbles over a dead body and into the crushing embrace of the
FBI. She's forced to join their risky investigation of gangland
boss and titty bar owner Oscar Quarry. Narrowly escaping death,
she's suddenly living her own movie. Will she be a star? Or the
next corpse? And which homicidal Oregonian is racking up the body
released:Run & Gun: A Dozen Tales
of Girls with Guns. FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd confronts a Warsaw crime boss, a New York
City bounty hunter, and a Homeland Security agent cowboying in the
middle of the North Sea, among others. She solves crimes ranging
from human trafficking to health care fraud, illegal sports
betting, nuclear smuggling, and more. Foiling devious plots from
Silicon Valley to Ulan Bator, Dawna shuts down not only the
FBI’s most wanted but any crook fool enough to mess with her
of these stories appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery
Magazine. The twelfth is available only in this collection.
“Latin Groove,” takes Dawna back to FBI basics—bank
robbery—and her home court of Texas. She confronts a bad girl
who’s sharp as a pistol and carrying one too.
death penalty appeal lawyer Rhonda Dockson battles the notorious
Law Beast, a bad boy cop with a very fine behind, and her own
demons while working on behalf of the wrongfully condemned. Is the
title a plea from her clients? Or her own cry for help?
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