A Cold Wind (A Grace deHaviland Novella)

A Cold Wind (A Grace deHaviland Novella)

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by David DeLee
     
 
In the dead of winter, an assassin's bullet cuts like A COLD WIND
An action-packed thrill ride by the author of FATAL DESTINY & CRYSTAL WHITE

Bounty hunter Grace deHaviland's latest case involves a young Hispanic man named Rico Sanchez who jumped bail on a simple DWI and minor weapons possession arrest. The sort of simple, bread and butter case Grace

Overview

In the dead of winter, an assassin's bullet cuts like A COLD WIND
An action-packed thrill ride by the author of FATAL DESTINY & CRYSTAL WHITE

Bounty hunter Grace deHaviland's latest case involves a young Hispanic man named Rico Sanchez who jumped bail on a simple DWI and minor weapons possession arrest. The sort of simple, bread and butter case Grace thrives on, until she digs deeper.

Now, drawn into a complex, joint task force investigation, Grace, along with her best friend sheriff's deputy Suzie Jensen, find themselves facing off against gunrunners, the U.S. Marshal Service, and the ATF. Squeezed from all sides, they must do what the feds, and even Grace's occasional lover, BCI agent Eugene Booker, won't, if they are to find Sanchez before time runs out...for him and for them.

The exciting new novella featuring Columbus, Ohio bounty hunter Grace deHaviland
"A fascinating point of view character." - Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Editorial Reviews

Suspense Magazine - DJ Weaver
Praise for Grace deHaviland

“Former cop, Grace deHaviland is one tough cookie... fresh and appealing. She is the kind of woman every woman wants to be. Tough, savvy, and unafraid, Grace is a strong character to follow.” – Suspense Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013796898
Publisher:
Dark Road Publishing
Publication date:
12/30/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
475 KB

Meet the Author

A native New Yorker, David DeLee now makes his home in the great state of New Hampshire. He holds a masters degree in Criminal Justice and is a former licensed private investigator.

The author of the Grace deHaviland bounty hunter series, which includes the novel Fatal Destiny, a novella A Cold Wind, and a collection of short stories called Runners, he's also published a stand alone novel Crystal White, and a half dozen more short stories, including Bling, Bling, which appeared in the Mystery Writers of America anthology The Rich and the Dead, edited by Nelson DeMille and published by Grand Central Publishing.

A member of the Mystery Writers of America and the International Thriller Writers association, David's other work includes a urban fantasy series called The Irish Cycle under the pseudonym David Miller.

David DeLee can be reached through Dark Road Publishing at

And for more information check out our website at www.darkroadpub.com

David is an active member of the Mystery Writers of America and the International Thriller Writers Association. He currently lives in New Hampshire with his family where he's at work on a novel featuring Columbus, Ohio-based bounty hunter, Grace deHaviland.

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A Cold Wind 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This 450 page book is part of a series. Even though they are of a longer length, they are still a relatively fast read. The novels are about a female bounty hunter. They are not humorous. There is a small amount of cursing, sex, violence and romance. I take that back, there is some humor created by the poor grammer and punctuation. A case in point, "the car hit her right legs." Hmmm, I wonder how many right legs she has and how many left ones? I do not think the author has ever seen a comma, which creates problems for the reader. This novel seems to be a bit more boring and choppy than the prior ones, but it was still enjoyable. The genre is a hard chick mystery. For ages 16 and up, although I do not think 16 year olds would enjoy it, it is a suitable book for them to read. I wish kids would not use the review space for their games. I find this very annoying. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
(U dont make a kit btw)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im here