True Death, the sequel to The Fibonacci Murders, is in editing and should be released late 2015 or early 2016. To give you a sense of the novel, I though I’d share the back cover text with you, at least as it stands right now:
Seven years ago, Lieutenant Detective Rick Peller lost his wife Sandra to an unsolved hit-and-run. Now, while Peller visits his son’s family half a continent away, a botched robbery reveals a previously-unknown criminal organization. As fellow detectives Corina Montufar and Eric Dumas close in on the ringleader, Sandra Peller’s death looks less and less like an accident. Ferreting out the truth will tax Peller’s mental powers, and its revelation could well shatter him.
Praise for The Fibonacci Murders:
“It is always a pleasure for the mystery/suspense enthusiast to include a new author in the genre who has a total mastery of the storytelling arts including character development and superbly plotted story lines with all manner of twists, turns, and surprises. Such is the case with Dale E. Lehman and his novel The Fibonacci Murders. A genuine ‘page turner’ from beginning to end, The Fibonacci Murders is very highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library collections.”
– The Midwest Book Review
We’ve been pondering cover art, too, and have a few possibilities at the moment. More on that later.