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:
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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Seven years ago, a high-end private security company hired Bella Hinton to stop their bodyguards murdering innocent bystanders while protecting diplomats abroad.
A career security pro, Bella was keeping Americans safe before most of those guards were born. She cleaned house at the company and changed the cowboy culture.
But now, a new team has taken over in Washington. Diplomacy is out. Mercenary armies are the new profit center for the greedheads in charge. And Bella’s in their way.
She survived the incident last year in Dhaka. But has she got what it takes to make it out of DC alive?
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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.
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Preorder Open the Door today at the advance sale price of $2.99! Your ebook will arrive on release day, June 1, when this bargain ends.
An ex-con turned appeals attorney, Nora Dockson rescues women unfairly convicted of killing their loved ones. Yet she won’t work for the woman who poisoned her husband and partied hard on the insurance proceeds. Privileged and reckless, Hunter Logan can afford any lawyer she wants. She doesn’t need Nora.
But what Nora learns turns her world upside down. She has to take Hunter’s case.
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