What happens when a know it all reporter meets an overworked detective – you get UnAuthorized.
Rachel Murphy is used to getting threats. It came with the job of being one of the top investigative reporters in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Michael Henderson has received many accolades as a detective with the Dallas Police Department. He is known for investigating a case with the tenacity of a hungry lion in search of his prey.
Detective Henderson’s investigation into a brutal murder leads him to Rachel Murphy’s doorstep. Their personalities immediately clash. Rachel sees Michael as an obnoxious and overbearing cop. Michael sees Rachel as a meddlesome overeager reporter. In order to solve the case, they must push their personal feelings to the side and work together.
Danger and suspense draws these two unlikely people together in more ways than one.
“UnAuthorized by National Bestselling Author Shelia Goss and fiction crime writer, John Wooden, is an eventful work of cat and mouse. The authors do a great job in keeping the mystery and intrigue alive from start to finish. UnAuthorized is engaging and a great ‘whodunit’ tale of love, deceit and murder. Ms. Goss and Mr. Wooden gelled their talents well in this must read thriller.” ~Yolanda M. Johnson-Bryant, Literary Wonders! and Author of Circumstances and Revelations
Shelia Goss has over thirteen books in print with world-wide distribution. She writes in multiple genres. Besides writing fiction, Shelia is a freelance writer. She’s also the recipient of three Shades of Romance Magazine Readers Choice Multi-Cultural Awards and honored as a Literary Diva: The Top 100 Most Admired African American Women in Literature. To learn more, visit her website or follow her on Facebook.
John A. Wooden is a retired Major from the U.S. Air Force, a feature writer/columnist for The Perspective magazine in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a freelance editor and ghostwriter who clients have appeared on several bestsellers’ lists. His first novel, A Collection of Thoughts, was an expression of his thoughts on life and love. His second and third novels, A Moment of Justice, and An Eye for a Deadly Eye, were murder/suspense thrillers that introduced the world to Special Agent Kenny “KC” Carson, and brought his unique writing style to the forefront of the literary industry. John is the proud father of a son who has followed in his footsteps as an Airman in the U.S. Air Force and a daughter who is attending college to be a future doctor. To learn more, visit his website.
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