All posts tagged: homicide investigator

Diane Fanning, Lucinda Pierce, ImaginePublicity

Latest Book in Lucinda Pierce Series by Diane Fanning WRONG TURN!

Diane Fanning, best-selling true crime author, presents WRONG TURN the sixth book in her Lucinda Pierce crime novel series   Along with writing true crime and covering high-profile cases, Diane Fanning is also the author of the Lucinda Pierce series of crime novels. The sixth book in the series, Wrong Turn, was released in January 2013 and inspired by Fanning’s experience with the case of Julie Rea, who was serving a 65-year-sentence for the murder of her 10-year-old son, Joel Kirkpatrick. In a recent article for the monthly webzine, The Big Thrill, Fanning describes her involvement with the Julie Rea case as her life’s crowning achievement.  While researching her book, Through the Window, Fanning corresponded with serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells who subsequently confessed to the killing of Joel Kirkpatrick. Working with the Center on Wrongful Conviction at Northwestern University in Chicago, her book had indeed become a catalyst to right a horrible wrong.  Her testimony assisted in Julie Rea’s acquittal and earned her the coveted Defender of the Innocent Award from the Downstate Illinois Innocence Project. The latest in the crime mystery series, Wrong …

Trophy Exchange, Diane Fanning, Lucinda Pierce, Audiobook

Diane Fanning’s True Crime and Novel Available NOW in Audiobooks!

The first book in the Lucinda Pierce series, by Diane Fanning is now available in a new format…AUDIO! Released in audiobook format on December 17, 2011, THE TROPHY EXCHANGE is the first, but other Diane Fanning books will follow. Her true crime books are in various stages of production and should be available in audiobook by April, 2012.  The next book in the Lucinda Pierce detective series PUNISH THE DEED is also in the works. THE TROPHY EXCHANGE is available on Audible.com, Amazon and iTunes. A fast-paced thriller introducing an unforgettable heroine – Homicide Investigator Lucinda Pierce is physically and emotionally scarred by her job. She is angry and bitter, but her life is her work. Lucinda gets sent to investigate the brutal killing of Dr Kathleen Spencer. There seem to be links with other dead women: could it be the work of a serial killer? And will Lucinda be able to solve it or has she become too emotionally involved this time? From Booklist After a long and soul-searching healing process following her last case, …