When the council drops a dangerous criminal into their midst without a plan to keep him imprisoned and people around him start to die, Casey Duncan races to figure out who he is and who his accomplice is.
Author: Kathy Davie
What a waste of my waist! I knew I shouldn’t’ve eaten that! Ah, well, time to explore this Word Confusion post for self-editing writers…see if I can waste it away.
Can a priest, his brother, and the brother’s girlfriend solve a murder case and see justice done—or will they be the murderer’s latest victim?
I’d rather dye than die — it is at least more colorful! As a self-editing writer, which would you choose for your character? Dyeing or dying in this Word Confusion from KD Did It?
A man who makes his living fishing versus a woman filled with six years of hatred for these free-wheeling pros. That traumatic carelessness that ruins her life forever.
A collection of four short (short!) fictional stories about events in four separate tales of American lives.
I never knew pendant and pendent were interchangeable as nouns in this Word Confusion from KD Did It for self-editing writers.
Evicted and unemployed, Mara plays her cards for a little help…and an unmet aunt dies leaving Tillie her haunted cottage. It only gets worse when Mara releases a demon…
Depressed and alone, Dave Robicheaux, needs a cause. Especially after he falls off the wagon and may have murdered the man who took Molly’s life.
The coward alleges that Joe took his gum, and Joe asserts that he has no teeth to chew said gum in this Word Confusion from KD Did It for the self-editing writer.