M. G. Cronkite

Biography

M. G. Cronkite has been solving mysteries most of her life. She grew up on the move, never spending more than a few months at one school. So it was only natural for her to wonder what mystery might lie around the next corner, the next town, or the next school. Not necessarily an easy life for one so young and naive. But the constant change had its advantages. Perhaps it is a different way of seeing things. M.G. found she had a knack for sketching the people in her life. This led, not only to painting portraits in oil, but, as you've probably all ready guessed—writing mystery novels.

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Dangerous Presence
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 82,480. Language: English. Published: July 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
Psychologist, Jacquelyn Kincaid’s five-acre garden estate becomes deadly ground when blatant sex acts in a hot tub fuel a serial killer’s lethal vendetta. In her quest to prove her kid brother innocent of the murders, Jacquelyn fights for his life and finds herself butting heads with the law, all the way up the bureaucratic ladder to the FBI.

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  • Journey To Rome: Hadrian and Reisha-Book One on Aug. 09, 2012

    L.K. Killian did a wonderful job setting the scene in this historical romance. You honestly feel like you are on a journey to Rome as you get lost in her words. The characters are strong and well-rounded. The author really pulls you immediately into the story with good descriptions and characterizations. L.K. combines complex characters with emotionally compelling plotting, and a delectably sensual romance that you know is blossoming into one unforgettable love story. I cannot believe this is her first book! I am looking forward to many more books from this talented author.
  • The Rose (A Lady Katherine Novel) on July 08, 2013

    If you like adventure, you may get addicted to thirteen year old Lady Katherine. She is a delightful, independent inspiration to her peers. The Rose, by Dennis Berry, puts the pleasure in pleasure reading. It’s one of the most enjoyable action books I have read. I am eager for more of this exciting character to come to life on the pages. Lady Katherine is dynamic in every twist and turn she is faced with. Pirates, murder and ghosts, as well as a cold castle with a rigid headmistress, will not keep this feisty teenager down for long. She has a spirit that won’t disappoint.