On Tuesday, October 9th, I’m back in Texas Hill Country where medical examiner Faith McIntyre is faced with an unusual trauma victim in my new novel, Cut and Run. The unconscious woman clinging to life after a hit and run is FBI agent Macy Crow. What she was doing in a dark alley after midnight is one mystery. The other: Macy is Faith’s mirror image—the twin sister she never knew she had.
Dying Scream landed in stores and online May 29th, with a brand new look. I hope you like the latest art as much as I do. I’m still so appreciative of the wonderful reception the book has received through the years, starting with national bestselling suspense author, Lisa Jackson, calling it “A twisted tale” and saying “I couldn’t put it down.” And a shout out, of course, to all the readers who have read and shared it with others. If you haven’t read it yet, I hope you’ll have a chance to enjoy it soon. Ready to enjoy an excerpt?
An unsolved crime pits a desperate woman against a relentless killer.
Fourteen years ago, Kaitlin Roe was the lone witness to the abduction of her cousin Gina. Now, determined to know Gina’s fate, she has no choice but to bring the cold case back to life. To do so, she creates an investigative podcast and sets out to interview everyone associated with the case. That’s when the killing begins.
It’s such a wonderful excuse to spend time thinking about people you love. For me that includes some of my favorite couples–real and fictional. Kate Hayden and Theo Mazur from my recent novel, THE LAST MOVE, are two I rooted for the entire time I was writing their story–even when it seemed impossible to work around their disparate lives. They’re that good for each other. Do you agree? If you haven’t read THE LAST MOVE, enter now for a chance to win a copy. I’ll look forward to hearing what you think.