Nancy Cole Silverman

The House on Hallowed Ground By Nancy Cole Silverman: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Cynthia Chow
& Nancy Cole Silverman


Once the Psychic to the Stars with a celebrity client base built over thirty years, Misty Dawn’s business has diminished from its lofty status as a consultant to both the FBI and the First Lady. Relying on one of her most frequent customers Darlene Thorne, Misty takes up the realtor’s offer to housesit her late brother’s Southern California home until it can be sold.

Reason to Doubt By Nancy Cole Silverman: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


As an investigative reporter for Los Angeles talk radio station KTLK, Carol Childs is at the forefront of the investigation in the Model Slayer murders. While she would normally love to receive the hot tip that a suspect in the murders of three fashion models has been arrested, Carol is stunned that the witness with firsthand knowledge is her pre-med daughter.

Red Handed: A Christmas Short Story

by Nancy Cole Silverman


It was Christmas, 1884. That winter the snows had started early, and the gloom that came with it made the empty cabins, least those that hadn’t been burned out in the fire around Hayden Hill, seem so much darker than they might. Used to be things around this small mining town was exciting, with miners coming by our store for fixins’ and a little grub.

Room for Doubt By Nancy Cole Silverman: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


When Los Angeles KNST News Sports and Talk reporter Carol Childs is called to the iconic Hollywood Sign, it’s not a publicity stunt for a starlet or opening movie. Instead, the body of a nude man has been found hanging like a crucifix in the middle of the sign, a death that is quickly declared by the police as a suicide. Carol can’t help but voice her doubts, as not only did she just see the gym rat hitting on an enamored young woman at a grocery store, but why would an obviously vain man kill himself while wearing a red clown nose?

Without a Doubt By Nancy Cole Silverman: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow


While most people consider December to be the season of holidays and gift buying, for Hollywood it heralds the approach of awards’ season. This is when celebrities reward one another and are out on display, seeking out the most exclusive couture fashion and priceless accessories. That also means that some of the most valuable jewelry in the world will be out of secured locations and easily accessible to celebrities, actors, and…thieves.

Beyond a Doubt By Nancy Cole Silverman: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Cyntha Chow


While KHCH reporter Carol Childs is always hungry for a good news story, she never expected that her life would become so dominated by the murder of a young woman. Although only the latest in a string of attractive women to have gone missing, Monica Channing was a kindergarten teacher and the daughter of a prominent Los Angeles judge, meaning that the press and the LAPD focused all of their attention on the case. Considering that Carol’s daughter Cate is close to the same age as all of the missing women, Carol has reason to be highly interested the fate of the women tied to the Hollywood club scene.

Shadow of a Doubt: By Nancy Cole Silverman

by Cynthia Chow


Since transitioning from sales executive to news reporter for Los Angeles’s KCHC radio station, Carol Childs is always on the hunt for the next hot story. She didn't expect it to literally land on her doorstep! Carol's neighbor and friend Samantha Millhouse is frantic and drops the bomb that her aunt Pepper Millhouse, mega-Hollywood-agent-to-the-stars and president of the American Creative Talent agency, has just drowned in her bathtub.

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