Bio: Rekha Ambardar has published over fifty mystery, main-stream and literary short stories in print magazines, including Eureka Literary Magazine, Futures, The Writer's Journal, The Writing Class, and electronic magazines such as Twilight Times, Ne-farious, Zuzu's Petals Quarterly, Writers Hood, Electronic Writers' Journal, and a story in RFI West's charitable anthology, Tales of the Spirit of Hope, Love, and Redemption. She has also pub-lished poems in poetry anthologies in addition to articles in ByLine, Bridges, Simple Joy, The Writer's Life, The National Associa-tion of Women Writers' Guide Weekly, St. Louis Writers' Guide Weekly, The Indian Express, and book reviews in the Ann Arbor News.
Hurt that Bryce Robertson, the man she loved, could not make a commitment to their relationship, Leanna Reed attempts to take control of her life by opening a gift shop in Pelican Harbor, Michigan, a sanctuary that will provide healing and a place to raise her daughter. But after an absence of five years, Bryce comes to the neighboring island to study wolves, and Leanna is forced to consider how she will deal with the fact that he is the father of her child, although he's unaware of this. Bryce ... more info>>
When Carter Hoffman, leading biochemist of Lovelace Cosmetics, is found clubbed to death with a microscope, CEO Lillian Lovelace is distraught. She's lost the originator of a breakthrough anti-aging cream, and she suspects Vince Gallegos, her competitor. After all, he'd been trying to wheedle Carter into working for him. Then there's Kate Daly, Vince's assistant, who has a bad crush on Carter and who suspects Lillian of pulling a few tricks of her own. Detective Deb Summers has seen some inte... more info>>
When the head of a scrap metal business is found shot in the head in his study, Detective Foster suspects there's more to the death than meets the eye. A work of super-short fiction from our Fingerprints mystery/thriller line.