Dan Baldwin has a new western, A Stalking Death, available on Smashwords, CreateSpace, and Amazon.com.
"I was so shocked that I threw a cabbage at a cat!" A startled reaction starts a chain of events that sets cowhand Grey Cochran on a trail into mystery and danger with death stalking each step of his journey. Believing that his boss, the woman he loves, has been kidnapped by the mysterious and much feared Black Legion, Cochran rides into Arizona's Superstition Mountains only to become the legion's prisoner. As he struggles to earn his freedom, his boss struggles against memory loss and the attentions of the madman who has kidnapped her.
As Cochran learns the legion's secrets he discovers the fate of his boss and startling identity of a serial killer stalking the backroads of the territory. The chain of events leads inevitable to a series of explosive confrontations with the killer, the legion, and the man who has stolen the woman he loves.
Mary Ann Carman and Sharon Lashinger were on Ken Carr's show "Morning Blend" February 6th to plug the Self-Publishing Expo on March 4th. They did a great job drumming up support for SSA'S event.
Mary Anne Civiok's novel, Squall Line, was recently published. She has been meeting with book clubs and attended the All-Zona Book Fest in October to promote it. She also had a booth at the Tucson Festival of Books on March 11.
Squall Line is a suspense-romance-intrigue. A terrifying attack on Meghan Walcott sets in motion an unpredictable turn of events that forces her to flee from a sociopathic killer. Bryan James, the engineer who adores her, arranges for her secret escape to northern Michigan. Concert pianist, Will Ashley, has come home to complete his symphony on the windswept dunes of Lake Michigan. When Meghan is caught in a sudden squall on the lake, he goes to her rescue—only to find himself in need of rescuing. A dangerous love triangle forces the characters to face their personal demons and a shocking truth about the past, and a deranged predator is still bent on revenge. From Tucson, Arizona, to a small harbor town in northern Michigan, the characters fight with courage and compassion for their lives, their friendships, and for love.
Squall Line is available in hard cover and paperback at Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, as well as in the various forms of eBooks.
Craig Suter's application for a new way of hanging precision drawer slides for tool boxes was officially granted a U.S. Patent and published in the Official USPTO Gazette on December 20, 2016. His process involves a modular system of ultra-light tool box drawers and shelves for work truck/van and utility truck markets both as aftermarket and new installations. This system is expected to show a gain of up to 15% improvement in fuel economy over the use of steel cabinet drawers and shelves.
He is also continuing to produce material for his third book, The Inventor's War Part 2.
Betty Webb's new Lena Jones mystery, Desert Vengeance, debuted in February to critical acclaim: "No one writes Southwestern mysteries as well as Betty Webb!" Five-star GoodReads review.
While pursuing a murderer, P.I. Lena Jones finally comes to terms with her tragic past. Read the first two chapters at www.bettywebb-mystery.com.