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Two years after their marriage, Jim Culback wasn’t the man Clare thought he was. How many more broken promises could she accept? After packing and moving everything they owned from Ohio to Naples, Florida, she actually thought their marriage would improve. But as time went by, she couldn’t take the beatings, lies or cheating any longer. But could her husband be capable of homicide? Is Jim responsible for the murders of two women? A detective from Chicago is put on the case to help solve the murders and has an encounter with Clare. What develops between them? Can Clare trust another man? Or does Jim have other plans for Clare?
Hi Everyone!Would any East Tennessee authors be interested in a local chapter of SINC (Sisters In Crime)? I am trying to gauge whether it would be viable and if I should continue talking to the national office. You don't have to be a female author…Continue
My name is Tim Murray and I recently self-published my first Sci-fi novel, Thumar!I am excited to explore the tools that Indie writers offers. I'm presently mucking my way through self-marketing.You can discover my offering on…Continue
Donis Casey blog MARKETING MAGIC: How to Be Everywhere at Once by Marcia FineYou’ve written your book— those pesky typos are at a minimum, your friends think it’s great and the cover is catchy. So how do you get others besides your family to…Continue
A Jewish Exploration of Mexico City By Marcia Fine Special to the Phoenix Jewish NewsMy research for historical accuracy in my novels has led me around the world, including Israel, France, Poland, Spain and the Czech Republic. After the success of…Continue
I'm Linda Barnett-Johnson, Virtual Assistant for Authors. I will post for my authors, their books and anything else that will help them. I look forward to getting to know you all. I live in beautiful Montana. We have a vegetable garden, adding a new…Continue
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