L.C. Wright, a writer of mystery and suspense novels, has a unique writing style that tests the limits of traditional novels. Fast paced and gripping. Mr. Wright’s books not only tell a story, they take you on the journey with them. He currently has six novels in publication: The newest release The Witch’s Glove.
Connections – The Devils Door voted “book of the month” by e-Thrillers.com, the series of Castle Grey and Long Shot and last but not least, the book that got him started, Monterey Madness – Mr. One Pocket.
His focus is on two amazing stories: the first is his Katt and Mouse Mystery series featuring the beautiful Katherine Katt, an FBI profiler. She’s smart, charismatic and witty. Just the tools needed to work with the rough and belligerent Mickey (Mouse) James, a detective from the Sacramento Police Department. Together, they view the world and work the cases from different perspectives, but always agree that in the end, they have the others back when times get difficult and lives are at stake. The first book is titled, Castle Grey a Katt and Mouse Mystery; and the second of the series, Long Shot.
Don’t mind sleeping with the light on? Try Connections – The Devils Door. Tristan Badger, a young deputy sheriff who moved to Carmel Valley, California to get away from things she would like to never deal with again and be ordinary. However, she learns that the old axiom, you can never run away from yourself, was both true and prophetic. There are things that people are just not supposed to see. There is a world out there that most of us are shielded from. Tristan sees it all and in Connections – The Devil’s Door, she must learn to embrace what she has been turning from in order to save the lives of herself and those she cares about.
In the mood for a murder mystery? Check out Monterey Madness – Mr. One Pocket. When a long-time friend is arrested for a murder he didn’t comment, Detective Adam Shaw is called upon to solve the crime. Working outside of his normal channels, he must look beyond the black and white lines he knows as normal and discovers friends who he never knew and enemies he thought were friends. Soliciting the help of some unlikely characters he is determined to prove his friend’s innocence.
If you are a fan of thrillers and suspense, check out Through the Eyes of Death. Small town cop, Detective Ben Simeon had already fought his battles while serving his country. He already won his medals and no longer wanted to play the part. He longs for peace and quiet. He longs for his wife and daughter to be home when he gets there. So many times he’s wished for these wonderful parts of his past. But they are gone. He would never again see his beautiful wife or hold his precious child. That was the past. That is what made this man a hero. His family. If he couldn’t have them, then he just wanted to be left alone to do his job. Fortune makes a hero. And whether he liked it or not, Detective Benjamin Simeon is once again be forced to take up the badge of honor and fight until order is restored.
Have you ever had a vacation go wrong? Sadie Lee Branch had just that problem in The Witches Glove. After being away from her family for 10 years working as an investigative reporter she thought going home would be relaxing. It soon turned to murder, larceny and betrayal, which was just the beginning. It was now Sadie’s turn to be there for her family as they have been for her. Would her investigation be enough to help the police solve the mystery at her family’s nursery?
L.C. Wright is a master story teller and hopes you will enjoy the fear he shares and laughter that comes when someone just barely survives by the skin of their teeth.