novel is a medical mystery set in Safe
Harbor, California. Don't miss this spin-off series,
the Safe Harbor Medical Mysteries!
The mother of triplets stuns young
obstetrician Eric Darcy by claiming there was a fourth baby, a
quadruplet stolen from her at birth. Is there a deadly secret hidden
in an old medical file… which has just disappeared?
When someone murders his patient,
Eric believes the police in his small town are dismissing a vital
clue. Then the bodies start to pile up. Never imagining his own life
might be in danger, the widowed doctor turns amateur sleuth,
partnering with his private investigator sister-in-law. A fun cozy mystery with a touch of medical thriller!
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Darcy, someone’s breaking into your house!”
mouthpiece jiggling in front of her face, the young receptionist stared at
me wide-eyed from behind my office counter. In the waiting room, visible
through a small window, half a dozen women and a couple of men peered
gut clenched at this threat. I couldn’t afford to overreact, however. It
was the middle of the afternoon, I had to compensate for morning surgeries
that had run late, and my patients were depending on their
obstetrician-gynecologist to focus on their needs. “Who’s calling?”
alarm company.” Glenda’s fingers fluttered. Always excitable, she was
vibrating so hard her brown curls bounced.
I’d turned off my cell to avoid interruptions, the alarm company must
have proceeded to my work number, which was second on their list. I picked
up the handset, stated my password and name, Eric Darcy, and requested
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Dirty Dozen: 12 Ways
to Write a Mystery
For my 101st
published novel, I returned to a genre in which I hadn’t written
for more than a decade: the murder mystery. In preparation, I read
all or parts of numerous mysteries.
While much of the
writing impressed me, I also found avoidable mistakes that can
turn off a reader.
In the hope of
helping less experienced writers improve, and re-educating myself in
the process, I came up with a dozen tips for how not to write a
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mixup at the sperm bank spells trouble!
blonde LA sophisticate and an auto mechanic from Nowhere
Junction, Texas, never imagined they'd have so much in
common, or so much at stake.
Photo by Corey Fox
USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond
is launching a new medical mystery series with her 101st novel, The
Case of the Questionable Quadruplet. She is a former Associated
Press reporter and TV columnist.