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Lori G. Armstrong
Lori Armstrong is a fourth generation South Dakotan. She left the firearms industry in 2000 to pursue her dream of writing crime/mystery fiction. The first book in the Julie Collins mystery series, BLOOD TIES was nominated for a 2005 Shamus Award for Best First Novel by Private Eye Writers of... show more

Lori Armstrong is a fourth generation South Dakotan. She left the firearms industry in 2000 to pursue her dream of writing crime/mystery fiction. The first book in the Julie Collins mystery series, BLOOD TIES was nominated for a 2005 Shamus Award for Best First Novel by Private Eye Writers of America. HALLOWED GROUND was nominated for a 2006 Shamus Award and won the 2007 WILLA Cather Literary Award. SHALLOW GRAVE was nominated for a 2008 High Plains Book Award and was a finalist for the 2008 WILLA Cather Literary Award. The 4th book in this series, SNOW BLIND, won the 2008 Shamus Award for Best Paperback Original. The first book in the Mercy Gunderson mystery series, NO MERCY, won the 2010 Shamus for Best Hardcover Novel and was a finalist for the WILLA Cather Literary Award. MERCY KILL, the second book in the series was released 1-11-11 from Touchstone(Simon and Schuster)MERCILESS, book 3 in the Mercy Gunderson series, will release Jan. 8th 2013 - and check out the short story free read SILENT MERCY on Dec. 4th 2012Lori lives in Rapid City, South Dakota. For more info visit the website: www.loriarmstrong.comIf you like your stories with more romance and steam, check out Lori Armstrong's alter ego ~ she also writes contemporary erotic western romances as Lorelei James ~ www.loreleijames.com
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Retiredbear
Retiredbear rated it 6 years ago
I read this book for two reasons. The first to see if 26 authors could write a mystery serial novel that made sense, was entertaining, and remained true to the mystery genre. The second was to expose myself to a variety of mystery writers that I have not read.I was very satisfied with the compilat...
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 7 years ago
Blue Ribbon Rating: 4 out of 5Original Review Link“Diamond Drop” by Roxanne St. ClaireA mysterious woman in leather and heels. A diamond drop worth two million dollars. An unknown threat in a European rail station… It’s all in a day’s work for Bullet Catcher Donovan Rush. Donovan’s got an assignm...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 7 years ago
When Mercy Gunderson was 18 she lit out of small town South Dakota like her pants were on fire and stayed gone (for twenty years) until forced to return by her father's death and her military injury. Mercy does not like the ranching life and hasn't decided to remain until someone starts threatening ...
Dee's Blog Blog
Dee's Blog Blog rated it 7 years ago
Review Copy Provided by Publisher via EdelweissIts been nearly two years since there was an installment in Armstrong's Mercy Gunderson series. I have been stalking her website since finishing up the previous book, hoping for some word - and it finally materialized. Although, I'll have to admit, I ...
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) rated it 7 years ago
Mercy Gunderson has quickly become one of my new favorite heroines. Fierce and fun with some added attitude, Mercy follows the likes of Eve Dallas and is sure to be as successful and well-loved as J.D. Robb's epic heroine. Mercy has that same grit and drive and her keen instincts make her a great FB...
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