Sunday, January 3, 2021

New Year, New Book

I’m interrupting our regularly scheduled holiday hiatus today to do some blatant self-promotion. My next book comes out Tuesday.

I, like everyone who’s had a book come out in the past nine months, won’t be able to do in-person events. This breaks my heart, because I love luring people to my favorite independent bookstores.

Face in a Book, El Dorado Hills, Calif.

Sundance Books, Reno, Nev.

So if you’re interested in Fatal Divisions, or any other book for that matter, you can still patronize your local independent bookseller. IndieBound can help you find one. Or you can go straight to my hometown store, Face in a Book, which will be happy to ship to you wherever you are.

Here’s more about the fourth book in my Sheriff Hank Worth series.

Hank Worth has always been committed to his job as Branson sheriff, so getting him to take a break is difficult. But to everyone's surprise he agrees to take time off after a grueling case and visit a friend in Columbia, Missouri, leaving Chief Deputy Sheila Turley in charge. She quickly launches reforms that create an uproar, and things deteriorate even further when an elderly man is found brutally murdered in his home.

As Sheila struggles for control of the investigation and her insubordinate deputies, Hank is not relaxing as promised. His Aunt Fin is worried her husband is responsible for the disappearance of one of his employees, and Hank agrees to investigate. The search for the missing woman leads to a tangle of deceit that Hank is determined to unravel . . . no matter the impact on his family.

And in celebration of the fourth book’s release, I’m running a sale on the first two books in the series. 


 Book 1, on sale.

Book 2, on sale.

And now back to our regularly scheduled programming. The whole DSD crew will return starting Jan. 9 with Scott D. Parker. In the meantime, from all of us, Happy New Year and happy reading.

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