And One More for the New Year

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I expect to finish the draft of DYING OF DESIRE, the fourth book in the McCall-Malone Mystery series, within a few weeks. So I’ve decided to follow up last month’s teaser with one more before publication…sometime in April maybe? We’ll see. Anyway, here you go…. The three of us stopped […]
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A Teaser for Christmas

DYING OF DESIRE, the fourth book in the McCall-Malone Mystery series will be out in 2015. Once again McCall and Malone are in jeopardy as they very tentatively explore a relationship. A young man named George Heatherly wants the two Portland, Oregon, private investigators to simply look into the finances […]
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Major Teaser! Chapter One of One Deadly Game!

NOTE: Since I haven’t finished writing the book and thus have not completed my edits, I can’t guarantee that this is word-for-word what the first chapter will look like when I’m done…but it’s at least very close to the finished product. I hope you enjoy it and that it makes […]
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The Writing Life

I don’t know anything more exciting than starting a new book – nor anything more scary than finishing one. In the beginning there’s a wonderful new story forming in your imagination, growing and blossoming and spreading out like the most beautiful flower you’ve ever seen. (Yes, it’s that good.) There […]
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Decease and Desist – Early Teaser

An excerpt from Decease and Desist, coming in October: I’d just re-shelved the Elizabeth Peters mystery I was leafing through and taken a step toward the front of the store when there appeared in the entrance-way a shambling six-footer with ragged jeans, tattered jacket, shaved head and scowling demeanor. He […]
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A Quick Brawl in Downtown Portland

An action scene from Turnabout is Fatal Play, the first of the McCall-Malone mysteries. A quick brawl ensues when three young men attempt to take on Clint McCall, Devon Malone, and Reuben Keys — without much success: By this time, Reuben was closing with us, grinning in recognition. “Hey, Reuben,” […]
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