Three New Books

Once in a Blue Moon news!

Once in a blue moon means it’s a rare occurrence. How about once in a blue blood moon? January 31, 2018 not only brought us a lunar eclipse during a blue moon, it was during a blood moon when the moon is closest to the earth. As of Jan 31, my three new e-books became available on Amazon.

It’s my once in a blue blood moon event.

The books were brought to completion with the help of my dedicated critique group and a wonderful professional editor, Kathy McKay. Her last name is the same as the protagonist, Kelly McKay, who lives in my medical thriller series. It must have been destiny to meet her.

Two books in the Kelly McKay Medical Thriller series and Alaska Flight, a romantic medical thriller are now available. A fourth book, Fatal Feast, a biological thriller, will be published soon.

Thanks to all of you who voted for Deadly Pyre in the Scout contest. It didn’t win, but I enjoyed the opportunity to enter and appreciated your support. With your input regarding title and cover design, I made some changes to the appearance for the Kindle publication. Book content is unchanged. Deadly Pyre is now just plain….Deadly.

Book One in the Kelly McKay Medical Thriller Series is set in Seattle

Book Two in the series is set in Alaska

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About bettykuffel

Author and retired medical doctor with broad interests in writing, flying, photography and outdoor life. She is a monthly health columnist in Montana Woman Magazine and has six nonfiction & fiction Indie published books available on Amazon. Writing projects include: multiple books of fiction including a biological thriller, medical thriller series, a romantic intrigue, apsychological thriller set in 1960 she is co-authoring with her sister Bev, and others in process. Dr. Kuffel lives in MT with husband Tom, two dogs and neighborhood deer.
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