How far will Sidney McQueen go to defend herself from the one who swore to love, honor, and protect her until death – and what if the man offering his assistance proves equally dangerous? IF THE DEVIL HAD A DOG – an edgy psychological thriller that keeps you riveted.
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About the Author
T.K. Lukas, a native Texan and award-winning author, writes both contemporary and historical fiction. Her debut novel, Orphan Moon, is a historical fiction based in 1860's Texas and other western frontier locations. The book, published in 13 countries, found its way onto numerous Amazon Kindle bestseller lists. Additionally, Orphan Moon is a 2016 Kindle Book Review and Book Awards semi-finalist in Literary Fiction, the 2016 Bronze Medal recipient for Western Fiction in the Readers' Favorite Five Star Book Awards, and a Writers' League of Texas 2015 Top Five Finalist for Historical Fiction. It was also picked as a finalist in the Adult Fiction category in The Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards – 2015.
T.K.'s second novel, If The Devil Had A Dog, is a contemporary suspense thriller/contemporary romance with a strong female lead and a former Marine turned CIA operative as the lead male character. This novel is also published in numerous countries and was on the Amazon Kindle bestseller list in both the US and Germany in action/adventure and suspense.
The lead male character in If The Devil Had A Dog is a U.S. Marine Officer turned CIA operative. While researching this fictional hero, an interview with a real-life retired Marine turned CIA contractor with more than nine years of almost constant combat duty since 9/11, led to a request by him for T.K. to write his biography. Look for this extraordinary story of a true American hero mid-year 2017.
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