Dr. Jennifer Delozier
WiDo Publishing, June 2017
Paperback $14.47 Kindle $4.99
Dept. of Veterans Affairs psychologist Dr. Persephone Smith is assigned to assist survivors of a massive hurricane. Trapped by a howling storm in an abandoned aircraft hangar, Dr. Smith must become counselor and detective when the evacuees and staff start disappearing—then reappearing as mutilated corpses.
Readers of Storm Shelter learn that Dr. Smith has a unique genetic gift of enhanced empathy allowing her to feel, on a primal level, the emotions of others. This helps with her job as a counselor, but the gift comes with a price. Plagued by nightmares and insecurity, she absorbs the suffering of her patients by day and swills tequila by night.
When trapped in the hangar by the storm, emotions run wild and the survivors descend into paranoia and madness challenging Dr. Smith on many levels.
Dr. Jennifer Delozier has practiced medicine for 23 years. She spent the early part of her career as a rural family doctor and then later as a government physician, caring for America’s veterans. She continues to practice medicine and lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and four rescue cats. Storm Shelter is a prequel to her first novel, Type & Cross. Visit her at www.jldelozier.com
Trained to Serve
Kindle Worlds, May 2017
In Any Shojai’s novella, Trained to Serve, Lia Corazon has only three days left to prepare ten-month-old Keiki for the police dog test. There’s more than the dog’s future at stake. Success will save Lia’s dream of rebuilding her North Texas dog kennel. But there’s a killer on the loose and he’ll burn anybody who gets in his way.
When a training exercise takes a deadly turn, Lia sends Keiki to protect a young girl, but who will protect Lia? Trained to Serve is the second in the Keiki & Lia thriller series.
Amy Shojai is a certified animal behavior consultant for cats and dogs and the author of the September & Shadow pet-centric thriller series. She is also an award-winning author of 30 best-selling pet books that cover furry babies to old-fogies, first aid to natural healing, and behavior/training to Chicken Soup-icity. Visit her at http://shojai.com/