Book Sale ~ Unseen Motives

Hello readers! It’s hard to believe four years have passed since I typed the last words of my first full-length novel,  Unseen Motives. Even longer since the time I first conceived the idea, but on April 30, 2015, I finished the first draft of final scene.

What began as a planed stand-alone novel turned into my three-book Driscoll Lake Series. The third book is scheduled to release later this month.

In anticipation of the new release, you can pick up a copy of the eBook version of Unseen Motives for only .99 this month.

And you like to read mystery, suspense, or crime fiction here’s an opportunity to pick up some other .99 titles this month. I’m joining with Felony Fiction for a group promo. Just click this link or the graphic below for a complete list of available books.

And now, here’s the blurb:


Things aren’t always what they seem…

Stephanie Harris is no stranger to mystery and suspense. The author of several best-selling thrillers returns to her hometown of Driscoll Lake twenty years after her father’s suicide when her great-aunt Helen dies.

She hopes to settle Helen’s affairs as quickly as possible and leave behind the place where she suffered so much heartache. Soon after her arrival, Stephanie stumbles upon information that leads her to believe that all is not as it seems.

When she digs deeper into secrets long buried, she begins to receive warning notes and mysterious phone calls. The threats soon escalate into deliberate attempts to harm her. Stephanie soon finds herself caught in a web of deceit and danger.

Undaunted, Stephanie searches for clues about the scandal surrounding her father’s death. But discovering the truth places her in the path of a cold-blooded killer.


Don’t forget to pick up your copy during the month of May. The price increases on June 1.

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