D. B. Woodling calls Missouri home where she shares space with her husband, Orphan Annie (a recycled Labrador), Smedley (a wayward Beagle), PJ and Charley (Smedley’s Partners in Grime), a cat named Isadore (The Great White Hunter), and two horses that often whinny their resentment of her Harley Davidson Motorcycle. A novelist for many years, Shannon's Land is definitely a departure from Write Off, the first of her Detective Michael Malone series and her two young adult novels, Slices and The Turning. Although the author once considered psychological and political thrillers her niche, she is contemplating a sequel to this western.
George Armstrong Custer believes the only good Indian is a dead one. The only thing he detests more than a Sioux warrior is a deserter. When his conviction affects someone Shannon loves, Custer’s planned slaughter of those he labels ‘savages’ is nothing compared to the revenge she has in store.
What she will wear to prom and whether Tristan the babe-magnet-valedictorian – who just happens to have known Marie Antoinette intimately – will ask her to dance is the least of Celeste Torok’s problems. Deciding her twin brother’s immortality will change both their lives forever.
What do three disgruntled ex-wives and a serial killer have in common? Mike Malone, a cynical, rugged detective on the brink of psychosis. No one writes him off. Can Mike stop a deadly rampage before the killer has someone he loves in his crosshairs?
After FBI Director Stanos is killed in a car bombing, Detective Mike Malone is determined to find his killer. His efforts hampered by the FBI, Malone eventually discovers a cover-up by a faction known only as The Committee and their chief objective... balancing the national budget at all costs.
Comanche Indians, rattlesnakes, coyotes, and mountain lions might scatter when confronted with a plainswoman’s Sharps carbine, but to a psychotic banker with a decade-old vendetta it’s just business as usual.