Sail from Bergen to Newcastle with FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd!
In this month’s ebook release, Dawna tracks a rat riding the Danish ferry from Norway to England.
Not a stinky rodent, but her completely odorless partner, a Homeland Security Agent with a hidden agenda.
What’s the agent’s real goal? And why is he keeping her in the dark?
He must believe she’ll oppose his plan. Which means she has to stop him before he heads this minicruise into disaster.
“Dirty Bop to Blighty” was originally published in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. A three-part serialized condensed version appeared in The Norwegian-American and you can read it online for free in these three issues from 2016:
I wrote this tale for my collection of Dawna’s adventures and it was published only in that collection. Now, I’ve released “Latin Groove” as an ebook short story.
I send FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd to her hometown in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. “Latin Groove” takes Dawna back to FBI basics. She’s standing in line at her Texas bank inside Wal-Mart when a robbery happens right in front of her.
And she discovers quickly that the bad girl robbing her bank is sharp as a pistol. And packing one, too.
Dawna’s in Texas to recruit top-notch female and minority agents but she can’t keep her nose out of the crime that’s happening in front of her.
The female FBI agent and woman criminal are each on their own turf. Can good old girl Dawna win a battle with bad young Bandita when they share a home court?
My short story sprawls across West Texas and tests Dawna’s crime-solving power.
If you want to spend time in the Lone Star State with Texas cops and down-home crime, buy your copy of “Latin Groove: A Dawna Shepherd Short Story” by clicking on the cover or following this universal link to your favorite ebook retailer.
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 image below: