A Suspense Thriller
Three days ago, Ember Squires had things in order.
She was a well-known detective in Seattle. She had a son she adored and an ex-husband she was learning to navigate. Her life was ordered and purpose-driven.
A Suspense Thriller
On an isolated stretch of desert highway, Josh Reston is pulled over in the dead of night. By all accounts, he is a quiet, unassuming young man from the woods of Western Pennsylvania with a busted taillight. Until the arresting officer discovers more than a hundred pounds of cocaine and ten thousand dollars in cash stowed in the undercarriage of his vehicle.
The Boat Man
Detective Reed Mattox, just three months removed from the death of his partner, has turned invisibility into an art form.
Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers, Inc.
My first reiteration of this website didn't have anything resembling this section, something that was pointed out to me by every single person I asked to take a look at it. I'm still not entirely in love with the idea of having it, but the folks I sought out for opinions are all well-read, well-versed individuals and if they all sit in agreement, there must be something to it. That being said, I still won't bore anyone with a laundry list of my life, but will push forward in my own slightly askew style.
Love all of Mr. Stevens' books. Doesn't matter if “who done it” or small town hero makes good. He is a great story teller & you always finish his books with a smile or a I'll be darn ending.
– Patricia Crook
I have read numerous books by Mr. Stevens and have enjoyed them all. I find his writing to be entertaining and enlightening. He always explains the bases of where his writing comes from, I have found all his books delightful, this open being no exception.
– Montie Leach
Dustin Stevens characters always make his stories interesting. They are normal people trying to make the most of their lives, dealing with the same problems we all face. Struggling with our own doubts about ourselves.