Posts Tagged: Jody Anderson

Prologue of the new novel (coming in June)!

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Prologue   I think my life turned a corner when I was sitting in bed one evening, looking at my leg.  I wasn’t looking at the leg in the cast, but at the other one, the one that was—for that moment in time—my “good” leg. I know some women who are really proud of their… Read more »

Sneak Peek #3 or “What Does it All Mean?”

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If you take a look at the cover art for my upcoming novel below (or in larger format here), you’ll see the dresser of the main character.  What’s on it  … and why? That flute, for instance.  Why is that there?  Back in high school, she learned to play the flute because she needed something to… Read more »

Coming Soon!(!)

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Bat Garrett is hired by wealthy Dallas oil man Franklin Gaston who thinks someone is trying to kill him. Bat is skeptical, but later that day the man is murdered and all signs point to the half-brother of the man’s recently-dumped mistress. The lawyers for Gaston’s estate—led by the beautiful Heather Dawson—want Bat to just… Read more »

the Return of the Nice Guy!

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Two years after a murder has been solved and the killer in jail, Bat Garrett is hired by an attractive widow to find out why her husband was killed. The police–and everyone else–say it was just a robbery gone bad, but she thinks differently. With Jody Anderson–still on crutches from her horrific ordeal in “The… Read more »

A Recently Written Passage

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I scrambled quickly over to it and reached through the shattered glass that had been the passenger side window to find a pulse in Jody’s neck. She was hanging upside down by the seatbelts and there was blood on one of her arms. I detected a pulse and said a prayer of thanks. I realized… Read more »

Recently Written Passage

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I wasn’t sure what we were looking for, or confident we would find anything of value-value to the investigation, that is. At first glance, I was just seeing the sorts of things one finds in the back of anyone’s closet. The hand-painted wooden figure that was probably made by one of his sons while they… Read more »