Kathy Bennett


Kathy Bennett served twenty-nine years with the Los Angeles Police Department - eight as a civilian employee and twenty-one years as a sworn police officer. While most of her career was spent in a patrol car, Kathy has also been a firearms instructor at the LAPD Academy, a crime analyst in the "War Room", a field-training officer, a senior lead officer, and undercover officer for various assignments. Kathy was named Officer of the Year in 1997, an honor she holds dear.

Kathy's debut novel, A Dozen Deadly Roses is a bestselling e-book. Barnes & Noble chose her second novel, A Deadly Blessing, as a Best Book of 2012. Kathy's third book, A Deadly Justice, became a bestselling police procedural novel. Readers have praised her fourth book, A Deadly Denial, as her best book yet. Kathy is currently working on her next book.

Kathy lives in Idaho with her husband and their two energetic Labrador retrievers.

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A Deadly Blessing
Price: Free! Words: 94,500. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
The critically ill daughter of the governor of California has been kidnapped. LAPD Detective Maddie Divine is assigned to find her before it’s too late. But this high-profile case comes with secrets on every side: cops, politicians, even the innocent. A Deadly Blessing is a lightning-paced story of suspense that will keep readers on edge from beginning to end.
A Dozen Deadly Roses
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 74,230. Language: English. Published: June 3, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
LAPD Officer, Jade Donovan is being hunted by a psycho who's leaving her dead roses. She’s keeping that fact secret-along with others, from her partner and her boss. Mac Stryker's a cop with something to prove. Years ago, he left the LAPD in disgrace when he was too drunk to take action during a shooting. Now, Mac is sober, back on the job working with Jade, the rookie who’d saved his life.

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