I’ve entered a 365 day writing challenge and will have another book published by the time the year is up. Yes, I needed a boost to get going again. Not that I didn’t want to, but it seems life gets in the way. So much to do and so many places to go!
Hey there everyone. My latest book, Hanging Girl is doing well on Amazon! Set on the island of Coronado in California it is a mystery that will take you from a girl found hanging from a chandelier to a nuclear power plant in northern California. The twists and turns will keep you guessing and you will love Matt Monahan and Wendy Song, the two police sergeants who follow the threads to figure out what happened and why. They will encounter intrigue and danger before they find out what really happened.
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Get my newest book, Hanging Girl, Kindle version is free today March 10 through March 14.
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A small idyllic island community is badly shaken when a girl is found hanging nude from a chandelier in a mansion in Coronado one sleepy Sunday morning. Sergeant Matt Monahan and his partner, Officer Wendy Song, are tasked to find out what happened. Was it murder or suicide?
The trail to unravel the mystery leads them to much more than they bargained for, including a dangerous terrorist group and the elite Navy Seals. From a body found in a sea cave in La Jolla to the Diablo Nuclear Power Plant in northern California, Sergeant Monahan and Officer Song discover a series of tangled clues leading them to question everyone’s motives, and fear for their own lives in the process.
My new novel, Hanging Girl, will be available FREE for five days. You can get this deal beginning
March 10th through March 14thon Amazon.
A girl is found hanging nude from a chandelier in a mansion on the idyllic island of Coronado. Sergeant Matt Monahan and his partner, Wendy Song, are tasked with finding out what happened. Was it murder or suicide? The hanging girl’s boyfriend and ex-SEAL, Jeremy Sanderson, is the primary suspect but the convoluted trail to find out what happened takes Matt and Wendy along a journey neither of them expected. Fraught with stumbling blocks, Matt and Wendy work with the San Diego Sheriffs Department to discover if their case has anything to do with other extraordinary events that happen shortly after her death. From a body found in the sea caves of La Jolla to the Diablo Nuclear Power Plant in northern California, Matt and Wendy investigate the clues, hoping to solve the case.
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Hanging Girl, my new book is a mystery / thriller set in Coronado. A girl is found hanging from a chandelier in a mansion in Coronado. Was it suicide or a murder? Matt Monahan and his partner, Wendy Song wind their way through Navy SEALs, a bombing and a possible nationwide incident to find the answer.
I’ve finished the book and am just waiting on the formatting so I can send it to Amazon! By the way, isn’t this a marvelous cover? Thanks to my friend, Morpheus Blak.
You should be able to purchase it next month. I’ll keep you updated!
I’m excited about the book and hope you all will like it!
During the Corona virus epidemic, most of us have spent more time at home. We have cooked, baked, cleaned, renovated, reorganized, agonized and written. I can say I have done all of these things. Writing was put on the back burner for awhile during our renovation, but that was completed and I am back to the computer.
My new book, HANGING GIRL, is in the last stages of editing and will soon be sent to a copy editor and then to those fabulously smart people who format it for paperback and digital content. Apparently, that is something one can do for themselves but I have not the time or temperament. Just like I don’t like to mess with numbers. Somehow it always frustrates me.
Look for notice in the near future for pre-orders. I’m excited about this one, but then I’m always excited when I get near the end of a book. I hope you will be too.
My son has been out of prison now for almost two years. Gee, time has passed quickly for me, but has it for him? I’d like to think so, but I know that is not true. Some of his days and nights, particularly in the beginning just after release, were long. He was not able to sleep, was afraid and anxious most of the time, had a hard time getting used to the outside and in general was up and down depending on the day.
In the first few weeks, it was like he was waiting for them to come and take him back. The only thing that made it easier was that he was across the country from his last incarceration in Florida. Now things are a lot better and I think most of the fear and anxiety are gone. He seems to be a lot more settled and…