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Carol Casey writes fiction and poetry. Her story “The Widow,” which appeared in the 2020 Bay to Ocean Anthology, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Among her other pieces of fiction are stories set in the fictitious Catholic College of the North, at an advertising agency haunted by an alcoholic primate, and on a small farm threatened by out of control development. She is at work on a novel about a murder at a rural county wildlife refuge.
David Healey has written several novels, including the popular Caje Cole WWII series and a mystery, The House that Went Down with the Ship. His nonfiction books include Great Storms of the Chesapeake, Delmarva Legends & Lore, and 1812: Rediscovering Chesapeake Bay's Forgotten War. He lives in Chesapeake City, MD.
Purchase David's Books:
Sniper’s Justice: A World War II Thriller (Book 9 in the Caje Cole series)
Deadly Anthem: A thriller about finding the stolen Star-Spangled Banner flag
Pirate Moon & Other Stories: Collected Fiction and Essays
Please visit davidhealeyauthor.com for information about the books and new releases!
AUSTIN S. CAMACHO
Austin S. Camacho is the author of seven novels about Washington DC-based private eye Hannibal Jones, five in the Stark and O’Brien international adventure-thriller series, and the detective novel, Beyond Blue. His short stories have been featured in several anthologies including Dying in a Winter Wonderland – an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association Top Ten Bestseller for 2008. He is featured in the Edgar nominated African American Mystery Writers: A Historical and Thematic Study by Frankie Y. Bailey. Camacho is also editorial director for Intrigue Publishing, a Maryland small press.
Purchase Austin's books:
The Wrong Kind – available everywhere, including Amazon
Autographed copies available via his website: ascamacho.com
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