The Big Thrill interviewer and fellow thriller writer Don Helin asks great questions! Don gets me to reveal that my new release, Bitch Out of Hell, was inspired by the 2016 presidential election. Don also prods me to explain why my heroine Bella Hinton is the perfect narrator for this fast-paced political thriller. You can read our give-and-take in the April issue of The Big Thrill by clicking on the link below:
“Texas Two-Step,” was a finalist for the 2004 Macavity Award for Best Mystery Short Story. In honor of March Madness, the national collegiate basketball championships, you can read it online for free in this week’s issue of Kings River Life Magazine. Follow this link and enjoy a good read!
Grab my new ripped-from-the-headlines thriller and plunge into the chaos of today’s Washington, DC. The greedheads are out to maximize corporate profits but private security professional Bella Hinton is in their way. They figure getting rid of the bitch will be easy.
“Piss-poor at threat assessment,” is how Bella assesses them. She sets out to prove she’s better. You’ll love hearing this story in Bella’s own salty words. Click on the cover below, and follow the universal link to your favorite ebook retailer, and buy Bitch Out of Hell today.
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“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.