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– Ralph Waldo Emerson
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–M. Ruth Myers, Shamus Award-winning author of the Maggie Sullivan mystery series
“Debbi Mack has written the Jensen character with care and irony. Her suffering from PTSD and addiction runs throughout the story, but never detracts. It takes skill to manage this, and Mack has it.”
— June Lorraine Roberts, Murder in Common
— David Swinson, author of The Second Girl and Trigger
— Frank Zafiro, author of the Charlie-316 series
— Zoë Sharp, author of Bad Turn
“Fatal Connections, Debbi Mack’s second novel about PTSD-suffering ex-Marine Erica Jensen, is a twisty mystery/thriller whodunnit that builds on the sympathetic protagonist’s winning character, all the while following her through a labyrinth of lies as she endeavors to solve the brutal murders of her recent employers, a pair of married ‘influencers’ — which left her a prime suspect. … A great addition to Mack’s lawyer/sleuth Sam McRae’s canon.”
— W.D. Gagliani, author of The Judas Hit and the Nick Lupo Series
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–Dale T. Phillips
Author of A Shadow on the Wall
Mystery Author Donna Fletcher Crow Says ...
“Sassy, savvy Sam McRae is back and as determined as ever to see justice done. DEEP SIX opens with a gripping hook and delivers a carefully paced legal procedural leading to a satisfying, thought-provoking ending. A read you won’t want to miss.”
Author of A Newly Crimsoned Reliquary, The Monastery Murders
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Author of Bram Stoker Award finalist Wolf’s TRAP
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Beginner’s Guide to Writing Mystery Fiction: How to Create Captivating Crime Fiction Stories
You will learn the basic principles of good mystery writing. If you’ve ever wondered how mystery authors keep their readers guessing and thought of writing a story of your own, but didn’t know where to start, this is the course for you!
Plot First, Write Faster: Beginner’s Outline Tips for Easier Fiction Writing
This course is for beginning writers who’d like to learn how to plot and write fiction more efficiently.