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Travel to Poland in 1984 and again in 2013 led me to write “Blown”, an FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd short mystery. “Blown” is one of fourteen stories in Fiction River Presents: Writers Without Borders. The anthology crosses the border (and sometimes the galaxy) from a look into the Canadian side of World War II to the streets of London’s East End to worlds altogether alien. Writers Without Borders offers up international perspectives from Fiction River authors living outside the US and spans genre lines from historical mystery to fantasy to science fiction. Click on the cover below to reach an ebook retail outlet offering this entertaining short story collection for sale in your area.
Do I really spill my guts to talented thriller writer and police interrogator Rick Reed? Maybe . . .
Rick softened me up by talking about my latest release. I was too relaxed when he slipped in the personal questions.
Click on the link below to read what Rick wrote.
Do I have any secrets left?
An all new glimpse into Casey’s first assignment abroad! Casey’s serving at the US embassy in San Salvador, a very scary place to be in January, 1983. Can she handle the fear?
“Shut Your Eyes and You’ll Be Fine” is in the current issue of Mystery Weekly Magazine
You can buy a paperback copy of the August issue from Amazon.
Digital subscriptions are available from Mystery Weekly.
This month marks the 19th anniversary of the day I launched my first Casey Collins thriller. I’m celebrating the 1998 release of 12 Drummers Drumming. For this party, I put new covers on all the novels and short stories in the series!
And I put the box set with the first three Casey Collins thrillers on sale for one week. Bargain price ends July 25.
Follow this universal link to your favorite ebook retailer and take a peek inside The Casey Collins Trilogy
“Black Powder Boogie” appears in this week’s edition of Kings River Life magazine. It’s my only short story featuring both Dawna and Casey. Action takes place in Budapest thirteen months before 9/11. Heroines of separate crime series, the two get ready to have a major blast together. Naturally, they disagree. Which woman has the most dangerous job?
An early reader comments, “Interesting setting, great read, super start to the day.” Follow this link to read the whole story online.
Sometimes, you gotta be bad.
Steal away with this bundle of thieves and miscreants and join them on their criminal adventures! From burglars to assassins, grifters to con artists, these are mysteries from the other side, from the criminal point-of-view.
Break some rules and grab the Crimes, Capers, & Rule-Breakers Bundle today when you can get 20 stories for only a nickel apiece. Bargain launch sale price of 99 cents for this bundle will end soon. My short story “Con Prince of Copenhagen” is part of this great offer.
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Help Me Nora, the first book in the five-volume Nora Dockson legal thriller series is bargain-priced at only $.99 in US, Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand dollars through July 5th! Also on sale in Euros, British Pounds, Danish Kroner and other currencies worldwide.
“. . . a compelling gritty novel. I could not put it down and found the legal background fascinating.” (Goodreads review)
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