Anita Dickason is a retired Dallas Police Officer. She served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, advanced accident investigator, and SWAT entry/sniper. Her first book, JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, is non-fiction and details the reconstruction of a 1966 vehicle accident near Midlothian, Texas that killed a key witness to the Kennedy assassination. The project opened the door to a new career, author and publisher. She now owns Mystic Circle Books & Designs, LLC and provides manuscript and design services, helping other authors turn their manuscripts into a published book.
As an author, Anita relies on her law enforcement knowledge and experience. Twenty-seven years provides an endless supply of plots for her fictional works—suspense/thrillers. Characters with unexpected skills, that extra edge for overcoming danger and adversity, have always intrigued her. Adding an infatuation with ancient myths and legends of Native American Indians, and Scottish and Irish folklore creates the backdrop for her characters.
Her debut novel, Sentinels of the Night, sets up a newly formed team of FBI agents: Code Name—Trackers. Considered the elite of the elite, each has a secret, an extra edge, that defies reason and logic.
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by Anita Dickason
An intricate scheme to kidnap the children of high-ranking politicians on Capitol Hill has drug cartels and terrorist cells lined up to cash in.
Sentinels of the Night
by Anita Dickason
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4m00v2W4K4o (Book Trailer)
Code Name: Tracker. The elite of the elite. FBI agents, each with a secret, an extra edge that defies reason and logic. A string of bodies with a strange symbol carved on the forehead has FBI Tracker Cat Morgan on the hunt, but even her arcane secrets won’t keep her from becoming the killer's next target.
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on Aug. 05, 2014
Mr. Coker's manual was extremely informative and helpful. I found his step-by-step procedures and examples easy to follow. As a result, I was able to publish my book on the first try, without any errors.