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Diana Deverell has published six novels, a short fiction collection, and many short stories.
Her newest project is a series of legal thrillers set in Spokane and featuring Nora Dockson, a death penalty appeal attorney with a checkered past. The first, Help Me Nora, was released in July, 2014.
Diana made her debut as a novelist in 1998 with a series of international thrillers featuring State Department counterterrorist analyst Kathryn “Casey” Collins: No Place for an Honest Woman, 12 Drummers Drumming, Night on Fire, and East Past Warsaw. Her short story, "Warm Bodies in a Cold War", originally published in 1996 under a different title, introduced Casey to the readership of the Foreign Service Journal. The story and all four thrillers are now available as ebooks.
In 2000, her short fiction starring FBI Special Agent Dawna Shepherd started making regular appearances in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. Her mystery collection, Run & Gun: A Dozen Tales of Girls with Guns, includes eleven Dawna Shepherd stories first published by Alfred Hitchcock, plus all-new “Latin Groove”. Both the collection and “In Plain Sight: A Dawna Shepherd Short Story,” her 2013 mystery, are available in e-editions. Dawna’s latest adventure, “Blown,” is scheduled for December 2014 release in the Kobo Special Edition of Pulse Pounders, a Fiction River anthology.
In 2012, she released her comic mystery novel, Murder, Ken Kesey, and Me as an ebook.
Other digital editions include "Heart Failure", a short story set on the day Jim Morrison died, written to order for a publisher of textbooks for Danish teens learning English.
Diana is a member (and past board member) of the International Association of Crime Writers and belongs to Mystery Readers International. She belongs to the American Women’s Club in Denmark and coordinates their writers’ group. Her short fiction has appeared in Good Works: Prose and Poetry by Ex-Pat Women in Denmark and been reprinted in Piece of Cake, an English textbook for Danish eighth-graders.