To celebrate the release of my latest novella in the Deluded Detective Series Egrets, I’ve Had a Few, Amazon offers the enovella Jack fell Down FREE November 20-25. Here’s a description of the first book in the Deluded Detective series.
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 second book in the Deluded Detective series Egrets, I’ve Had a Few is ready for pre-order now for a pittance: $1.99. The 150 page novella will be released the day after Thanksgiving.
Pam Graff faces challenges after her last blackout. Ghosts in her bedroom, egrets on the stairs, and an obsession with climbing buildings are her new normal after suffering brain damage.
But no problem solving a cold case, right?
Once a physics teacher, she now works as a private investigator who sometimes moonlights as a fake fortuneteller. With the reluctant help of high school students, a genius hacker approaching his expiration date and her deaf neighbor, Pam battles lawyers, family, and rogues of the worst sort to discover whether a young hero-in-training is alive or dead.
While the dangerously handsome uncle might have been the reason Pam took the case, a series of odd coincidences force her to flee the FBI when she takes on danger of the killing kind.
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Jack Fell Down (FREE Thanksgiving week)
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