Once in a great while an amazing character comes to life in my head and I just have to write the story. This time the character is Detective Bobbie Gentry. She is an incredibly strong woman who has lost everything and somehow managed to find her way back to the land of the living–on her own terms of course! Her story is one I hope will take your breath away. In writing her story Bobbie took me to the darkest places I’ve dared to go to date. I hope you’ll join my journey with Bobbie by picking up your copy of NO DARKER PLACE today. It’s available in paperback, ebook and audio wherever books are sold. Check your favorite local bookstore! Also, for your convenience, I have listed some of the links where you can order your copy. You can also order the short story prequel, THE BLACKEST CRIMSON, in ebook!

 

I hope you’re ready for spring! My tulips are poking up from the earth. We’ve settled into our new home and I’m working on another book with Bobbie!

 

Here are those links to order No Darker Place I mentioned!

 

For Amazon click here!
For Indie Bound click here!
For Walmart click here!
For Target click here!
For iBooks click here!
For Barnes&Noble click here!

 

Cheers!

 

Deb

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Hey y’all!   I hope you had an amazing Thanksgiving! I’m so excited to tell you about my new series!   Don’t miss the beginning of the Shades of Death!   THE BLACKEST CRIMSON, the prequel to the Shades of Death series, is out today in ebook! The prequel is only $1.99 right now everywhere… Continue Reading

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DARK WHISPERS, the first Faces of Evil coming from me and Harlequin Intrigue, is out today in paperback! Catch up with Jess, Dan and the Birmingham Major Crimes team! Be sure to check your local bookstore right away since the Faces of Evil sell out fast! The ebook version will release on September 1! To celebrate I’m giving… Continue Reading

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  1. DARK WHISPERS helped me in a weird sort of way! I read it before I took my son back to college in August. He asked me to make his lofted bed, and I fell on my shoulder climbing down. Two days later I woke up with the worst headache of my life, and went to the ER to get checked out, in part because DW reminded me of the lucid interval. They did a CAT scan and found out that everything was fine–it was a stress headache–and assured me that the lucid interval is only a few hours, not 48-plus. Still, better safe than sorry!

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