Debbie Lacy is a Mystery/Suspense, Horror and Romance writer.
Born in the United States (May 13) Mother's day, a former resident of Houston, Texas, now a current East Texan. Married with 4 lovely daughters. In 1983 studied at the University of Saint Thomas in Computer Systems Technology, Houston, Texas and since then developed a passion for Mystery/Suspense and poetry writing but her busy schedule hindered much required devotion to her penmanship.
In 2004, Debbie Lacy won 3rd place in her first poetry-writing contest for the beautiful poem entitled "Black Essence", which was quite an inspiring accomplishment for the new writer.
In 2005, Debbie Lacy became even more inspired and began writing numerous of whimsical mystery ebook short stories, created, imaged designed and self-published by her. Her very first mystery was entitled "Bugs", shortly afterwards "Dreams", "Faces", "Flight 117", "Indian Chief", "The Haunted Church" and "Weeds" just to name a few.
Since 2010 on, Debbie Lacy has been writing more realistic short stories such as "I Should Have Killed You", "Satellites in Orbit", "Not You!" and "Elements of Love". Remarkably, she is advancing in her marketable success accumulating great reviews from readers and fans.
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by Debbie Lacy
Approx. 3,390 words.
Published on July 16, 2012.
An envious young Administrative Assistant takes extreme measures to eliminate an attractive successful Advertising Executive in order to take her place.
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