Wordsmith– I also write books

If you are a writer, you know how appreciative a good review makes you feel.  Last month DEEDS OF DECEIT was a top pick on the Mystery/Suspense Shelf of Midwest Book Reviews!  Thank you, thank you!  Here’s their review:  Circled by the bloodthirsty and untrusting, you learn to appreciate the few allies you have.  DEEDS OF DECEIT is a novel following heiress Bayliss Jones as she finds herself cornered by a cult that killed her parents fifteen years before.  With her own community turning away from her, it’s up to her and the sheriff who doesn’t believe the accusations against her to dodge those who want to end her life and find something that resembles justice.  DEEDS OF DECEIT is an excellent addition to any thriller assortment.  (The click inside feature helps sell books on Amazon, but I didn’t set it up to work here.)

Deeds of Deceit


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6 thoughts on “Wordsmith– I also write books

  1. Reba Studebaker

    Kathleen, I enjoy your stories which are never like faceted jewels. They’re glinting barbed wire. So much anguish and regret, and I worry about what’s next. They end happily, though!

  2. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Heck yeah, Kathleen is a surveyor of the soul. Characters are in high stress. Villains are insane.

  3. Rudyard Rowland

    Your book DEEDS OF DECEIT has been getting fine reviews, Kathleen. I’m stoked we have the same last name.

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