THE DOCTORS, a mystery thriller

You wanna make sure you never make an appointment with these Doctors

 bY ME, DEBORAH PALUMBO; RIGHT FROM MY WARPED IMAGINATION. BUT YOU KNOW WHAT? IT REALLY DOES GIVE YOU SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT! And after reading this book, you'll wonder what secrets your doctors hold!
Hope you like the description:
The FBI agent, Donald P. Cobbs who wears big Stetsons and lizard boots in god awful colors can't believe his ears. It's the third informant from his case that died in some kind of freak accident. Now he's gotta wait for another green horn fresh out of residency to be hired by Lanny Loch and Richard Pathroff and hope the new guy on the block will be his newest informer. Or victim? Hence Adam J. Frye.

Adam and his wife Maggie think the hard days of med school and residency are behind them; the money will start rolling in, life will be smooth working for Doctors Loch and Pathroff,
but their dreams are shattered when some cowboy FBI agent pays them a visit informing Adam that his life is in grave danger. He's the fourth associate of Loch and Pathroff. The other three are dead. As doornails.
It isn't long after Cobbs' visit that Adam gets suspicious over the sudden deaths of some of his healthy patients. The straw that breaks the camel's back is a young woman who comes to Frye
with suspicions of her father's untimely death and asks him to "check things out." That's when Adam decides to help the FBI. He and Maggie uncover a diabolical scheme that involves the mob.

Adam having aroused suspicion unknowingly by one of the mob's key players, is on their watch list. Suddenly the tables turn on Adam when he's set up on his own wire. He's guilty in everybody's eyes. He's got to prove his innocence to the FBI, and he's got to do this before he's either thrown in jail or killed by the mob; made fish bait like the last unsuspecting associate. He can't make an error, it's life or death.

AWESOME AUTHOR, Chantel Rhondeau

Hey everyone. A fellow author has a new release that I'd love you to check out. Her name is Chantel Rhondeau, and her book is    CRIME AND PASSION  It's for sale on AMAZON   
and it has a special new release price for a limited time!
I know Chantel is on a blog tour right now and is excited about the release of this book, so let's welcome her here on Deborah Palumbo Books'and give her a warm welcome! She really is an awesome author!

HERE'S A DESCRIPTION: A decorated police officer, more intent on justice than following the letter of the law, lands in trouble when a schoolteacher finds a dead body on the beach.

Officer Donovan Andrews knows how to have a good time—ask any woman in town. But when it comes to men abusing their wives or children, Donovan takes it upon himself to make them regret it.

Madeline Scott is unlucky in love. All she wants is a quiet place to heal, away from cheating, womanizing men. However, her life is far from peaceful once she stumbles across the body and witnesses someone fleeing the scene.

Terror spreads in Pleasant View when the small community hears a killer is on the loose. All evidence points to Donovan, and he realizes someone is trying to frame him. When troubling suspicions from his past surface, even fellow officers believe he’s guilty. Madeline might be the only person who can clear his name, but first he has to win her trust.

The body count rises and no one is safe. The murderer makes it clear Madeline is next. Soon, Donovan’s whole world is focused on protecting her and keeping himself out of prison. The more time he spends with her, the harder it is to fight his growing attraction. Since she’s been burned by love, convincing Madeline he’s interested in something more than hot sex may prove harder than keeping her alive.

I'm back from the abyss...

Well, many of you know I took the last few months off from writing and blogging and tweeting because I was moving and was in that deep abyss of boxes, boxes, BOXES! You have no idea how many boxes I had to pack and tape and untape and unpack. UGH! I never want to see another...well I can't even say the word...those square cardboard things again! LOL
The only thing that made things brighter was the pleasant surprise that I received just before I signed off of my blog, was that book one in my vampire series,  THE UNDEPARTED WENT TO  # ONE in occult fiction on Amazon !!!! I was beyond thrilled and thankful for all the downloads! I believe that was a tribute to the kind people who helped me tweet and blogged for me and to those who paid attention!
Thank you one and all for your wonderful support!! I hope you'll all welcome me back and join me once again for Awesome Author Interviews and Flip Flop Fridays...And bring your friends!


Hi everyone. Many of you are already familar with my vampire series, THE UNDEPARTED,  but I also write historical and mystery books, all of which are for sale on AMAZON.
Today, however, I am all take a look at one of my historical novels, THE GOLD SEEKERS DAUGHTER. It's only gotten 2 reviews, but they are 5 star and it seems to be selling by word of mouth, so if you would, I'd appreciate any good words and publicity you could muster!
Here's a blurb from Chapter One. Hope you enjoy it!..........

July 1848 somewhere on the Plains
Lord have mercy!
It had to be a hallucination brought on by the incessant squeak of wagon wheels, ungodly thirst for some cool water, the monotony of prairie grass, nothing but tall sun parched prairie grass.
Or was Enya's nightmare coming true?
She strained hard at the horizon, squinting from the sun.
Suddenly the ground shook and soon after, the thunder of horses' hooves stormed the prairie. Just over the rolling hill where the sun was bright, a visage of four, five, six men on horses came barreling towards their white topped wagon. The glow of the sun prevented details but all of a sudden there were hoots and hollers and it was obvious who were on those charging stallions. "Injuns!" exclaimed Buck who had already pulled his team of mules to an abrupt stop and was standing up with his rifle pointing.
A squeak of fear fell from Enya's parted lips. Her nightmare of encountering Indians was coming true; it was no hallucination after all. And it was dreadful. Lord in heaven why? Why hadn't her father changed his mind and turned that mule wagon back home, back east? She had tried to warn him about the perils of venturing west, not to go looking for gold because they were bound to encounter Indians, but did he listen? No! He probably thought she was too young to be listened to, but she was eighteen, a woman now! Even the bartender warned him before they journeyed onward, but Buck wouldn't heed his advice either; thought he was one who took rumor as God's good word. Guess it didn't matter who tried to advise him. Bonnie always said her husband was as stubborn as an old mule.
Now what was going to happen?
A panic of wonder rushed through Enya's body from head to toe. What could her father do against a stampede of charging Indians, she wondered. He was only one man. Yes, Buck had the fighting spirit, the will to survive, that Hawkens rifle he bragged on, the body build to defend her and her mother, but still he was only one man. She prayed the rifle would be as precise as he claimed it was. Enya peered out from the bonnet top and watched her father take aim and at first wondered if he should wait to see if the Indians were friendly, but an arrow came flying through the air and that was proof enough that those Indians meant business. Buck fired that long range rifle and one Indian went down hard. Enya's pulse raced. Bonnie ducked down in the front seat at Buck's insistence and prayed the Lord's Prayer. If they were going to die that day, she wanted the good Lord to know they were coming.
Enya was in the back of the wagon watching with dreaded fascination.
Buck fired another shot and another Indian went down. He fell off the back of his white horse, dead instantly, but the others were still coming. They were getting closer, almost upon them. Arrows were flying like birds, but fell short. Enya hunkered down in the back behind some old luggage and trunks, but worried for her father who could be struck dead at any moment by one of those blasted arrows. Buck shot again and missed. He fired another shot as fast as the muzzleloader would allow, and the third Indian went down.
Now there were three.
The odds were getting better. Still the Indians were able to shoot those arrows faster than Buck could load up, but a rifle was still a far superior weapon and Buck was proving to be a formidable opponent.
Enya told herself there was hope.
Maybe her nightmare of being carried off by an Indian wouldn't come true after all. She peeked above the luggage and had a small vista of the prairie. She saw trails of dirt swirling in the air behind the charging horses............FINISH READING THE SAMPLE CHAPTERS ON AMAZON


WELL, NOT ONLY AM I BACK AFTER A LONG AND DAUNTING MOVE, BUT MY FRIEND AND FELLOW AUTHOR DARIEL RAYE IS BACK ON AWESOME AUTHOR! SO PLEASE WELCOME HER. ........"Hi, I’m Dariel Raye. I write paranormal romance, and love dark paranormal romance and fantasy series so much I decided to dedicate MY BLOG to them. I’ll post my books, reviews, invite guests, and tell you about my WIPs and TBR list. So, enter a world where weres, shifters, vampires, and angels capture your heart…"








Jordan Taylor is a feisty, take charge, Rubinesque beauty with a tough façade, but after a string of lackluster relationships, her dream of a man who truly loves and appreciates her strength seems impossible…Until she meets Canaan, the man her fiancé claims is his best friend! Instinctively, she knows her neat, if lackluster life is about to change.

Born more than 200 years ago, Canaan looks like an angel but he’s far from it. In his world, the ratio of men to women is 500 to 1, and although he’s a superior being, he’s willing to break the most sacred law of his brothers, even drink human blood, to have one meant for him alone.When he meets Jordan, he knows she’s the one he’s been searching for. To claim her, Canaan will have to betray his friend, humble himself enough to win her love, and risk his very life.