Dean Fetzer

Biography

A keen lighting designer, Dean visited the Edinburgh Festival with a theatre company from the University of Colorado and then stayed for a year, spending most of his salary in pubs. After moving to London, he took up a career in graphic design and then web communications in the City before starting pub review website fancyapint.com with a friend. Editor of Fancyapint? in London and author of two Jaared Sen books, Dean lives in East London with his wife Debra and two cats, and dreams of a that house in France.

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Books

Death After Midnight
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Price: $3.45 USD. Words: 100,280. Language: English. Published: February 17, 2011. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(3.20 from 10 reviews)
Pursuing a criminal known as 'The Head', Contractor Jaared Sen finds himself on the trail of an ancient treasure. Aided by his mysterious benefactress and a beautiful art historian, Jaared's quest leads to the south of France, into the dark heart of the Languedoc, its soil and history soaked in the blood of crusaders and martyrs.
Death in Amber
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 123,130. Language: English. Published: April 5, 2010. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
The Amber Room - made from panels of carved amber in the 18th Century and given to Czar Peter the Great. Missing since the end of World War II, when it was removed from St Petersburg by the Nazis, rumours of its existence have surfaced, tied to the deaths of young girls. Contractor Jaared Sen is the only one who can find the missing girls - and the Amber Room - before the killer strikes again.

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Smashwords book reviews by Dean Fetzer

  • The Bone Trail on June 09, 2011

    Nell Walton’s book the Bone Trail felt like coming home. Her tale set around the Shoshone Reservation in Nevada has similar resonances with Tony Hillerman for me, whose books I’ve read for a number of years. Centered around the illegal roundup of the wild mustangs on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land, the reporter heroine and the Shoshone hero work very well as an investigative duo searching for the truth behind the disappearance of two wild horse activists. Walton does a great job of evoking the landscape and spirit of the Nevada setting while setting out the plight of the wild horses entrusted to the care of the BLM - I really enjoyed this and am looking forward to her next venture. Go read it! (One small niggle: I’d rather the factual information about the plight of the wild mustangs on BLM land was after the story, personally. Then it could be well-placed as a call to arms to write your congressman, sign a petition, more information available, etc.)