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Bio: An electronic pioneer, Diana Kirk is no stranger to more traditional forms of writing. She is a playwright, novelist, and medical writer. The 1992 President of the Nebraska Writers Guild, Kirk is currently a member of the Romance Writers of America, Sisters-in-Crime, Romance Authors of the Heartland, and the Ozarks Romance Authors. Her historical play, Prairie and Parlor: The Creighton Story, was produced at an Omaha theater to rave reviews. She was also on the Board of Directors of the historic First Nebraska Literature Festival in 1991 focusing the spotlight on Nebraska writers. Kirk, who also writes under the name of Diana Hart, teaches beginner and advanced novel writing along with basic, advanced, and techniques in detection, mystery writing and plotting at Word Museum www.wordmuseum.com


 

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1 A Caduceus is for Killing
by Diana Kirk
  When Dr. Andrea Pearson, an AIDS researcher, finds Dr. Milton Grafton mutilated and brutally murdered, she begins a descent into the bizarre that threatens her academic appointment and ultimately, her life. Homicide detective, Gary Krastowitcz, isn't prejudiced. He suspects everyone equally. The social implications of Grafton's murder lead the detective to a list of implausible suspects until he learns that things are not always what they seem. And so it begins... [#1 Best Author on the Internet... more info>> (Published: 1996) EPIC eBook Award Winner

Words: 66167 - Reading Time: 189-264 min.
Category: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery/Crime
16 Reader Ratings:
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2 Murder in Musicland
by Diana Kirk
  Ordinarily, there isn't much business for a private investigator in Branson, Missouri. Especially a fifty-five year old retired police officer. But business is about to pick up! July in the Ozarks is brutal, especially around the Table Rock area. The air is a mixture of hot and steamy an on that particular night after fighting the killer tourist traffic, I went into my kitchen, mixed a stiff gin and tonic, and stepped out onto the deck. A cool breeze drifted off the water and brushed gently over... more info>> (Published: 1999) Preditors and Editors Reader's Poll Best Author on the Internet, EPIC eBook Award Finalist

Words: 52500 - Reading Time: 150-210 min.
Category: Suspense/Thriller/Mystery/Crime
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3 Sex, Lies and Rodeo Games
by Diana Kirk
  Dr. Suzanne Grey needs an ending for her book on male sexual dysfunction. Where else does she go but the rodeo capital of the world, Cody, Wyoming in search of willing research subjects. But a simple untruth told by an eager matchmaker catches Suzanne in a vortex of lies, complicated by the attraction of two handsome cowboys. Matthew McKenna is a rodeo bull fighting clown and proud of it. Bull riding had been his mistress until a spine injury two years prior forced a career change. Although he's... more info>> (Published: 2005)

Words: 50254 - Reading Time: 143-201 min.
Category: Romance
13 Reader Ratings:
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4 Song of Isis
by Diana Kirk
  CPR in ancient Egypt? Alexandria Stone is a physician with all the techniques of modern medicine at her disposal, but when an x-ray of a mummy found at her father's archeological dig reveals a procedure that hadn't been developed four thousand years ago, her excitement overcomes her scientist's logic. Determined to prove her theory, she visits her father's dig. In the hidden room of a pharaoh's tomb, her father discovers an ancient scroll lying near a statue of the goddess, Isis. When Alex attem... more info>> (Published: 1998) Dream Realm Award Finalist: Best Cover Art, Spectrum Award Winner: Best Cover Art, Preditors and Editors Reader's Poll Best Author on the Internet, Preditors and Editors Reader's Poll Best Fiction

Words: 90851 - Reading Time: 259-363 min.
Category: Romance
58 Reader Ratings:
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