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The Dionysus Connection (Perception Book 1)

The Dionysus Connection (Perception Book 1)
The Dionysus Connection — who will survive the ever-tightening web of murder, rage, and revenge?

The investigation of a double murder links the destinies of an intrepid investigative journalist, Daniela Lawson, who believes she could have saved her parents and sexy, dark-eyed Dallas detective, Max Fabiani, who harbors an intense dislike for journalists.

The underlying animosity between them does nothing to hinder their blazing attraction as Daniela and Max race to catch a killer.

Will out of control passions reach a flashpoint? Will Max and Daniela succumb to the desire neither can resist? Will Daniela's life be cut short before she and Max have time to explore a love ignited by the Dionysus Connection?

This is a standalone novel.
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About the Book

Meet the Author:

Liz Cowan was born in Budapest, Hungary; graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in philosophy and a minor in English; and writes a weekly humor column.

Reading and writing have been HER favorite pastimes since early childhood. During summer vacations, she checked out huge stacks of books from the library and in a couple of days returned for more. Her reading preferences run the literary gamut, including fantasy, science fiction, mysteries, romance, biographies, poetry, etc.

“With my mind bursting with stories of my own, writing was a natural progression for this bibliophile. “

Besides working as a legal assistant by day and plotting new stories at night, she loves working in her flower garden and writes a weekly humor column.

Her published books include:
Fractured Proverbs and Twisted Thoughts–a humorous take on original and familiar sayings, written as E. Cowan.

The Dionysus Connection (Perception Series #1)
The Marathon Man (Perception Series #2)

Sins of the Father (Perception Series #3)




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