Dale Roberts has worked in many exciting service professions, from firefighter/paramedic to police officer and ER nurse. Lately, he’s been writing thrillers. Readers say about Dale… “I look forward to more books by Dale Roberts, who is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. “ and “I like Dale Roberts’ writing style.”
Donna has taken a solo motorcycle tour of the United States riding in 42 states covering 27,000 miles. About Not A Whisper, reviewers say, “If small towns are your bag – and you like mysteries – then this is the book for you. It is fast paced, has twists and turns and a little romance thrown in for seasoning and “I’m already looking forward to the next installment in the Klondike mystery series. ”
(Summaries taken from Amazon’s book page)
The Following By Dale Roberts
When eager, young journalists Tyson Palmer interviews the occupant of a torched building, a reputed lunatic who blames the blaze on a cult with ties to terrorism, Tyson believes he might have just found the story that will launch his career. Only thing is, he has nothing to go on but the ramblings of a paranoid conspiracy theorist .
Much to the chagrin of his mother and his best friend, Tyson decides to infiltrate the group and get the story from the inside.
Armed with his formidable denial of vulnerability, and as much information as he can find on the group, Tyson slips in undetected, or so he thinks. He plays the part to perfection, becoming one of them, until he encounters the one thing he hadn’t counted on; Krista.
As this beautiful, intriguing woman woos him into dropping his guard, he falls deeper and deeper the under the control of a charismatic leader with a dark political agenda. By the time Tyson learns the truth, he knows too much to ever be allowed to walk away.
Not a Whisper (A Klondike Mystery) by Donna B. McNicol
When Cherie Marshall catches her fiancé and best friend in a compromising position, she cancels her upcoming wedding and jumps at the chance to escape to quiet Klondike, Pennsylvania to care for her elderly aunt. She thought her biggest issue would be adapting to life in the middle of a National Forest, so very different from her upbringing in the deserts of Arizona.
But that was before she met State Trooper Fire Marshall Jamison “Jazz” Maddox at the scene of a mysterious fire. As they both become acquainted with the close-knit Klondike residents, things get complicated as Cherie and Jazz find themselves in the middle of a local crime wave where arson, kidnapping, embezzlement and a decades old murder are just the tip of the iceberg.