My short story “Opening Day, 1954”, a mystery set at a fictional theme park, is in the November issue of Alfred Hitchocock Mystery Magazine, on sale at print and digital retailers from October 10. Take a wild ride into the past with young California Police Matron Peggy Murphy as she tries to avert disaster at the dawn of a new age.
I’m offering a free digital edition of “Shaken, Not Stirred: A Dawna Shepherd Short Story” to all newsletter subscribers. Sign up for News before October 1 and I’ll send you your copy in either mobi (for Kindle) or epub (for all other devices).
Hoping to heal her broken heart, FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd takes a break from busting bad guys.
But the two Russian mobsters waiting for her at SpyGirl Fantasy Camp aren’t actors pretending they’re bad. These goons plan to bust her ticker for good.
As a bonus, included with this story is “Hungarian Dance No. 5,” the first published story featuring Dawna and her friend, ex-Secret Service Agent Ladyshimarray Harms.
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FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd leaned on the railing of the Queen of Scandinavia’s topmost deck and glared at the Norwegian coast. July sun glinted off saltwater and seagulls argued…
My first Nora Dockson legal thriller is discounted to only $.99 for the entire month of July! Also sale-priced in other currencies worldwide. Meet the feisty Spokane lawyer at the beginning of her crusade for justice which continues in Right the Wrong and Hear My Plea. A fourth book in the series is scheduled for release in late 2016.
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From a reader review: “The plot has all the action a reader could hope for. It’s current and realistic enough that you could imagine it showing up on 60 Minutes if it weren’t (we hope) fiction. And Casey is completely believable as an older and wiser woman, trying to keep her career intact, find romance, and save the world in the process. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!”
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Fifteen years ago, Casey Collins’s Polish lover was murdered and she lost heart for the war against terror. After 9/11, the State Department intelligence analyst knew she’d also lost her touch. Since, she’s worked only in tiny US embassies far from Washington, doing routine admin work that numbs her. The highlight of her day is happy hour. Nothing gets between her and her five o’clock gin and tonic.
Until the ancient spymaster limps into the American Club of Dhaka, waves his cane in her face, and tells her that her godson is falling into a Chinese honey trap.
Read China Box to find out what happens next. Release date is June 14. Follow the links below to preorder my new Casey Collins thriller at the bargain advance sale price of $2.99 from the following ebook retailers:
During April, the Canadian ebook vendor Kobo is showcasing HEAR MY PLEA as among the best mysteries and thrillers published through Kobo Writing Life. The curators describe my third Nora Dockson legal thriller and other novels on the list as “hidden gems that are poised to become the next big thing…”
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Enjoy a free copy of MURDER USA: A CRIME FICTION TOUR OF THE NATION! This compilation of excerpts from thirty-one full-length crime fiction novels is set in the United States.
I’m delighted that a chapter from HELP ME NORA represents the Pacific Northwest.
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