Jack Fell Down: Missing Children Mysteries Novella #1 is Now Live

JACKE FELL DOWN COVER 4500 X 2820)Today, Amazon published my first e-novella of a new series, Jack Fell Down: Missing Children’s Mysteries #1. It is now available for Kindle. I’d love to hear what you think. If you like it, please consider writing an Amazon review. I’ve said it before and it’s still true: indie books live and die by those 5 star reviews.

For those waiting for the fourth and final Abishag mystery, don’t worry. I’ll be sending it to beta reviewers in about ten days. I’m expecting a publication date no later than the first week in September.

Back to Jack Fell Down ….

Here’s the Book Description for Jack Fell Down:

No one will tell ex-science teacher Pam Graff what catastrophe left her brain damaged 17 months ago. In the middle of a seizure, she alerts two high school students about a child kidnapped the same day as her accident. Was she possessed by her dead Aunt Hillary? A victim of the delusions that plague her daily?

Astonished to find that the child Jackson did exist and is still missing, Pam knows she is the last person to be looking for a lost child. Yet her teacher instincts and the hope that this may reveal what happened to her 17 months ago drive her to find him. Discovering that another child is dead raises the stakes.

With the help of family, students, felons, and a female Elvis impersonator, Pam searches doggedly throughout Southern California for the young boy.

The author of the Abishag Wife Mysteries debuts a new series about a teacher who looks for children lost on the day her life changed radically.

Jack Fell Down might make the perfect gift for those on your summer birthday list OR for your own vacation reading pleasure. At 99 cents, you’ll be spending oh-so-little to make someone smile.

It is about a teacher who saves children’s live. Might consider giving it to a favorite teacher, too. I did.

Happy summer days!


About mlknowlden

In 2011, I left engineering to write full-time. Between the years 1992 and 2011, I’ve published 14 stories with Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine that have featured the hypochondriac detective Micky Cardex and two stories that did not. The 1998 story “No, Thank You, John” was nominated for a Shamus award. Many of these stories have been included in anthologies and translated in multiple languages. With Neal Shusterman, I’ve also published a science fiction story for the More Amazing Stories anthology (Tor) published in 1998 and co-authored with Neal Shusterman an X-Files Young Adult novel (DARK MATTER) for HarperCollins in 1999 under the name Easton Royce. For Simon & Schuster in July 2012, we published an e-novella UNSTRUNG in Neal's UNWIND world. I have graduate degrees in English and Electrical Engineering.
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4 Responses to Jack Fell Down: Missing Children Mysteries Novella #1 is Now Live

  1. Rebecca Lang says:

    You’re really on a publishing roll this year. Is this novella number 3? Congratuations! I wish you all the best.

  2. Kaye Klem says:

    Michelle, this new series sounds very original. Also as if adults might enjoy it as well.

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