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Heel Turn

 

At the age of twenty-three, Sheila Hampton was arrested, tried and convicted for murdering her husband, wealthy Derek Hampton. Now, twenty-five years later and with her conviction overturned, Sheila is released from prison, only to be arrested days later for murdering the prosecutor, now retired, who originally sent her away.

Attorney Bernie Lyman has a personal interest in her case, and he hires Sam Quinton to help prove his client’s innocence. But as Sam digs farther into the case, he begins to ferret out the truth of what happened to Sheila and Derek a quarter century before and finds himself wondering why Sheila’s former in-laws are so determined to get in his way.

The Author

Kevin Doyle

A high-school teacher, former college instructor and fiction writer, Kevin R. Doyle is the author of two crime novels, The Group and When You Have to Go There, published by MuseItUp Publications, and one horror novel, The Litter, published by Night to Dawn Magazine and Books. This year will see the release of the first book in his Sam Quinton mystery series, Squatter’s Rights, by Camel Press. He has had numerous short horror stories published in small press magazines. Doyle teaches English and public speaking at a high school in Missouri.

My Writing Blog

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Short Story Block

A new guest post of mine just appeared, concerning the writing of my latest short story. It can be found here: https://jeyranmain.com/2020/12/18/a-few-words-by-kevin-doyle/

Stuff Popping

So, this week's been a little hectic. We had the release of And the Devil Walks Away Tuesday, though there's been a bit of a holdup with the print version. Aligned with that were all sorts of things showing up. There was the Facebook party put on by Marie of...

Excerpt

Here's a short excerpt from And the Devil Walks Away, due out November 10. Currently available for preorder at $2.99, regular price $6.99. “Why don’t we get to why you asked me here?” Helen said as she silently thought, so I can tell you to go to hell. “Fair enough.”...