A mystery anthology, including my short story, Red Flagged, in which Homicide Detective James T. Kirkland gets more than he bargained for when he tries to do his ex-wife a favor.
Terry gives an overview of the book:
"Call me when you've got a dead body," I said, and hung up the phone. I'd finally managed a few hours of shuteye, and wasn't going to function until I had a few more. On the bright side, the asshole who'd murdered two people was now behind bars. Cursing the idiot in Dispatch who'd punched my phone number instead of someone on the Missing Persons Squad, I went back to sleep.
The next time the phone rang, I debated throwing it across the room. Instead, I pulled a pillow over my head. Homicide detectives might be on call twenty-four seven, but that didn't mean the entire squad was. Let them call someone else. I was too groggy to realize it was my land line, not my cell ringing until my ex-wife's voice burrowed through the layers of fog and memory foam.
Terry was born in Los Angeles and after living over 3 decades in Florida, now makes her home in Colorado. An avid reader (her parents tell everyone they had to move from their first home because she finished the local library), she always wanted to "fix" stories...
A beautiful woman with a past and a handsome stranger collide in this suspenseful thriller. ... What follows is an excellent page- turner that will keep readers up into the night. The plot twists are...