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Max Boucher, a former Seattle detective turned P.I. has just been handed a puzzling case. Dozens of dogs are disappearing all over the city, and no one knows why. The stretched Seattle police department can't dedicate the resources needed, and Max may be the pet owner's only hope. For the missing dogs, time is running out.
But Max is dealing with his own demons. Three years ago, his wife disappeared and his daughter was murdered. The police presume she is dead, but Max knows better. He's still paying for the house they lived in together, terrified that he will sell the one place that holds the clues he needs to find his wife.
Will Max be able to find the dogs in time? Does this case hold an unknown clue to his wife's disappearance? Once you start reading, you won't be able to stop until the very end.
A Story Must be Told
In the number one Wall Street Journal bestseller, Gary Keller has identified that behind every successful person is their ONE Thing. No matter how success is measured, personal or professional, only the ability to dismiss distractions and concentrate on your ONE Thing stands between you and your goals. The ONE Thing is about getting extraordinary results in every situation.
A strange accident on the freeway, accusations of murder, and an encounter in the Idaho wilderness all propel Todd Clarke, not exactly one of the good guys, into a new friendship with a dog named Sparky in this canine military thriller. But Sparky is no ordinary dog, and there is more going on than Clarke could have imagined.
A military commander he investigated for Aryan activity and links to domestic terrorism is after him, and he’s not sure why until another chance encounter provides the answer.
With Sparky and the help of his canine friends, will he be able to figure out the Colonel’s plan and stop him in time? All Clarke knows for sure is none of it would be possible without the help of his Stray Ally.
April 3 & 7
Capital City Murders Birthday Bash in Boise, Idaho
It's been one year since Stuart Gustafson and I met to talk about starting the Capital City Murders Series. One year later, 10 novellas have been released, and now two print compilations. Join us at Rediscovered Books for this event with cookies, swag, conversation, and a book signing! Both print books will be available. We'll halso have some special treats for those who buy books.
DFW Con in Dallas, Texas
I'll be in the Dallas area at a writers' conference there, the largest in Texas. You can come meet my daughter as well. We will be taking classes, talking to writers, and having an all around good time.
Bouchercon, Sacramento, California
Join Stuart Gustafson, co-author of the Capital City Murders series, and I at the world mystery convention. We'll be visiting bookstores, selling books, and talking to authors from around the world.
We'll fit right in, because this year's theme is "Murder is a Capitol Crime" and in our current series, it is!
NaNo Prep, Collister Library, Boise, Idaho
Are you getting ready for NaNo this year? Well, here will be a quck course on the things you can do to ensure your NaNoWriMo will be a success in stead of a mess this year. Join me for my favorite tips and tricks.