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Death Was in the Blood
Death Was in the Blood

A wealthy young woman is threatened during preparations for the 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles and secretary Kitty Pangborn takes on the case even when her boss says no. Death Was in the Blood is a darker, starker Kitty Pangborn novel at a time when everything is at stake while the City of Angels looms.

The Indigo Factor
The Indigo Factor

Tinged with violence and page-turning suspense, The Indigo Factor introduces us to little Faun Wilkins, the delicate child who may be the messiah. Like Fringe meets The Sixth Sense, this 93,000 word novel skates you to the edge of possibility… then pushes you over. A taut and muscular thriller that takes readers behind the scenes at the CIA, deep inside a doomsday cult and beyond.

Calculated Loss
Calculated Loss

High finance and haute cuisine . . . a recipe for murder. Recovering stockbroker, Madeline Carter, drops everything and heads for Vancouver when she hears her ex-husband has died. But it's soon evident that what appeared to be a suicide is really a cover-up for murder. But who is behind the television chef's demise?

Dearborn 9-1-1
Dearborn 9-1-1

A single explosion, and everything is chaos. It only takes a few minutes for him to realize that the world isn't ending. But on the heels of that realization comes another one: the world may not have ended, but it might as well have done.

The Next Ex

Linda L. Richards takes readers on another rousing ride in The Next Ex, her second novel to feature “recovering stockbroker” Madeline Carter. Like Sunset Boulevard meets Boiler Room, with elements of classic Hollywood -- both old and new -- plus the high-paced, high tech high jinx of the contemporary financial world.

Hitting Back
Hitting Back

An unthinkable disaster changed her forever. She lost everything she ever thought she wanted. And more. Now she’s hollow inside. Hollow but searching. The only time she feels even partially alive is when she’s paid... to kill.

Mad Money
Mad Money

“...Mad Money is no lightweight airplane read; instead, we have the fiendishly complex tale of corporate swindles, surreal glimpses into the world of the stock-trader .... For a debut novel — bravo! If you need a fast-paced and fun read Mad Money is for you as it is a light in the noir and far, far from light-weight.” — Ali Karim, Crime Spree Magazine

Death Was in the Picture
Death Was in the Picture

“Richards's swell follow-up to Death Was the Other Woman ... handles the slang and patois of the period neatly. Likewise, she paints a vivid picture of the contrast between those just scraping by during the Depression and those living high on the hog. Kitty has plenty of moxie, and while Dex gets top billing on the office door, she's no second banana in this class act.” -- Publishers Weekly

Death Was the Other Woman

“You’re about to meet a great new dame of crime fiction in Death was the Other Woman. Linda L. Richards has created a stunning character with a voice and eye right out of a 1930s L.A. hard-boiled classic -- guns and gams, booze and bodies, peepers and perps. Move over, Sam Spade -- Kitty Pangborn’s on the case.” --LINDA FAIRSTEIN, author of Death Dance

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Linda L. Richards author of Death Was the Other Woman, Calculated Loss, The Next Ex and Mad Money

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