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The release day for Killing Trail: A Timber Creek K-9 Mystery is here—December 8, 2015—the day I’ve been dreaming about for over a year. I’m thrilled of course, but most of all I’m overwhelmed with gratitude for all the people who made this day happen.

First, there was my agent, Terrie Wolf of AKA Literary Management, who read the manuscript and fell in love with the story and the characters. What would I do without her? She shores me up and supports me each step of the way.

Then editors Matt Martz and Nike Power of Crooked Lane Books gave the book a chance, loved the characters, and helped me shape it into the best mystery it could be. The staff members at Crooked Lane are dedicated professionals who make sure things get done without losing me in the process.

And now publicist Dana Kaye of Kaye Publicity and her staff are making sure we get the word out so that others can fall in love with Robo, Deputy Mattie Cobb, and Cole Walker, DVM. Dana’s team of publicists is the best!

I appreciate being associated with these wonderful people more than I can say. And that’s all I can say at the moment, because the computer screen has blurred. I need to go and wipe my tears.

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