BOOK BLURB: After ten best selling thrillers, Diane and David Munson launch North by Starlight, their first romantic suspense with Attorney Madison Stone racing to Starlight, Vermont from her D.C. law firm to save the inheritance of Jordan Star, sole heir of his late grandfather’s Star Mountain ski resort. Maddie arrives in the winter wonderland ready to defeat the claim of Jordan’s mystery relative. Instead, she finds surprising struggles and diversions in the idyllic town during the Christmas season when her ex-boyfriend, attorney Stewart Dunham shows up to represent the interloper.
Maddie sharpens her legal skills in outwitting him and a greedy mining enterprise bent on changing Starlight forever. She and Jordan form an alliance, and the ensuing legal battle leaves her emotionally vulnerable until Trevor Kirk, a geologist, focuses her mind back to what is important, saving the town and finding her heart.
ABOUT AUTHORS: Diane/David Munson
It's been said of Diane and David Munson, that "he nailed 'em...and she jailed 'em." David was an NCIS Special Agent and an undercover DEA Special Agent and Diane was a Federal prosecutor. Now these ExFeds write high velocity suspense novels that combine their exciting cases into factional fiction by changing the names and places. When a millionaire drug-dealer wrote a memoir that became a movie staring Johnny Depp, Diane decided the good guys wearing white hats should be the ones to write memoirs. As a former Federal prosecutor, she knew the back story. She asked David, a former undercover DEA Special Agent, to join her in writing about David's arrest of Johnny Depp's character in Chicago and other criminals. Now, this husband and wife weave the thrills of back alley deals and major courtroom drama into international suspense novels that are enjoyed by men and women alike.
Diane Munson is an attorney of more than thirty years who transitioned from writing briefs for judges to writing inspiring fiction for readers.
David Munson was a Special Agent with NCIS and later the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). As an undercover agent, he infiltrated international drug smuggling organizations. Diane and David have co-authored together ten suspense thrillers: Facing Justice (2005/2009), Confirming Justice (2006/2009), The Camelot Conspiracy (2008/2009), Hero's Ransom (2010), Redeeming Liberty (2011), Joshua Covenant (2012), Night Flight (2013), Stolen Legacy (2014), Embers of Courage (2015), and The Looming Storm (2016)
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I like the original NCIS the best even without Tony and Abby. I enjoy the banter and the relationships among the characters and that they don't have to throw in sexual situations to make it a great show as some other shows seem to think that they need that kind of stuff.
I love to read suspense/mystery novels.
One of my favorite TV shows was Monk. It wasn't romantic, but I live the twists and turns in each episode and Monk's quirks and all the different personalities of the other characters. I think the writers of that show were brilliant.
Oh, Monk! I didn't miss too many of that show! Loved it.
My Dad and I still watch Monk on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel! My 93 year old Dad loves Monk!
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Cathy sent me her response:
What do you like best about legal thriller books and/or movies? What do you like least? I love the real life feel of legal thrillers. A good legal thriller can take you right into a courtroom as well as the drama involved in a legal case. I don't like those that get too technical. If the story gets beyond a lay-person being able to understand, it loses the pleasure for me.
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I think my favorite romantic suspense writer for quite awhile was Dee Henderson. Her book, Danger in the Shadows, is probably the one that really got me interested in Romantic Suspense. That was followed by the O'Malley series, also by Henderson. Somewhere along the way I discovered that I like my romance with a healthy dose of action. When I went back to straight romance books, they just didn't move along at the pace I liked. I like to see how couples in new relationships develop their relationships when there is extra tension, or stress involved while they are building relationships. I like seeing how they respond to that stress and how their character develops. And I love to see Good win over Evil! Your book sounds like something I would really enjoy!
My hubby and I faithfully watch NCIS! Miss Ziva, Tony and Abby, but we've been watching Bull now too. Not sure why I like legal thrillers other than the tension and suspense of the courtroom drama and situations.
I love watching NCIS and NCIS Los Angeles. It amazed me how technical the show is and it keeps me glued to the shows. I love the forensics and Abbey is mt favorite character. She plays a smart nerdy computer tech that is believable . Thank you for the chance toread your book. Please alsoenter me in the drawing for the quilt. Thanks