D.A. Cross


D.A. Cross is a talented new author in the Urban Thriller and Detective/Mystery genre. His first novel is a gripping story where past and present collide in the quest to find a killer. As Cahokia (KUH-HO-KEY-UH) unfolds, remnants thought long dead resurface, unspiraling a tale of lost innocence, greed... and murder.

Mr. Cross has worked in Public Relations and has been a writer in the public and private sector for over 20 years. His old-school style of "good" storytelling has now been brought to the world of fiction novels.

D.A. Cross is an Illinois navtive who now resides in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, where when he's not being a single dad to two beautiful daughters and chasing after a black and tan German Shepherd named, Samantha, he's usually writing - developing more great stories for your online and hard copy pleasure.

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Cahokia: When Murder Doesn't Die
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 124,110. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Hard-Boiled
Chicago Police Lieutenant Quinton Marks leads the Homicide Division's Major Crimes Unit. The MCU. The MCU doesn't get easy murder cases. They get the hard ones. Like The Yellow Ribbon Murders that ended a long time ago. And Lieutenant Marks isn't sleeping well lately. Because the Yellow Ribbon killer was one that got away ... And now the Yellow Ribbon murders have started All Over Again

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