Tension mounts when the news of a deadly pipeline explosion is reported, and the G.E.T. corporation is once again implicated.
In Danger Under Ground, (June 2, 2017) Alice is on the move again as she follows the trail of a highly charged kidnapping. Her friend Felicia, her dashing French lover Gerard, and their young tattooed friends Warp and RubyStarr must expose this politically-motivated crime. Alice suspects that the Global Energies Technologies, the multinational corporation with plans to build a fracked gas pipeline through rural Franklin County, is implicated. When the FBI is called in, the stakes get higher as Alice’s young friend RubyStarr becomes the primary suspect. Meanwhile, the G.E.T. corporation’s plan for giant compressor station in neighboring North Mountain, is thwarted by a local women’s group who will use any means necessary to stop the project. When Alice learns that a deadly accident may have been first degree murder, she wonders if she will survive her investigations.
Before starting her current life as a mystery writer, Dusty Miller worked as a psychotherapist and trauma expert, teaching nationally and internationally. She is the author of numerous articles and books about the impact of childhood trauma in the adult lives of survivors. Her most popular book, Women Who Hurt Themselves (1994; 2005) has been an international success. She has appeared on popular television talks shows and has spoken nationally and internationally.
Dusty Miller is lives on a small lake in Western Massachusetts with her wife, and is the other half of a Therapy Dog team with her grand puppy Dukie.
If you want to stop running from love in your life, this book offers a simple, step-by-step approach you can use to move beyond your fear of intimacy and start building strong and lasting relationships. The exercises and self-evaluations in the book will help you become aware of how you operate in romantic relationships. You'll review and reassess your relationship patterns, deciding what changes you want to make in future relationships. Then you'll commit to actions that can make it happen.
It’s a calculated risk for the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service in the classic game of spy-versus-spy.
Rogue C.I.A. agent Aubrey Herschel needs something to trade for immunity. More than anything, he wants to go home.
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, heavyweight Liam Kimball has been brought in to search for the highly-classified EMERALD spy satellite, scattered all over northern Ontario.
Lindsey is working for the summer at Uncle Dale’s resort, The Pines, where a mysterious guest steals her heart without half trying. If only he wasn’t so good-looking—or such a bastard.
In a game where there are no rules, sometimes no clear objectives, it’s a question of who gets there first—and who gets hurt.
Dominatrix Stella is as much a psychologist and sex therapist as anything else. Each client is unique, some more unique than others. Some of her clients have even been cured of whatever it is that ails them. Others keep coming back, dependent upon her for something, acceptance, approval, or just some bizarre substitute for a proper relationship. Her own home life isn’t that exciting, and all she can do is to dream of someday being free. A short story of sexual satire.
At thirty-two, pickup artist Connor Davidson has been asking himself some tough questions. If all you want is a lawn, you can buy a house. All it takes is money. A house would never be a home, not without a wife and kid. Twenty-two year-old Tammy and her little daughter Riley would fit the bill very nicely. It would also make a major ding in his lifestyle. Then there’s Reb, his good friend and wingman all these years. There’s also the possibility of a major promotion looming on the horizon. One thing is certain. Connor’s life is about to undergo some big changes. A short and surprising story of romance.
Maria sets out on the adventure of a lifetime. She’s leaving France, now decadent and corrupt, and heading for America, which is still young, and strong and vigorous. Traveling on the S.S. France on the Atlantic crossing has its own perils. She’s been getting an awful lot of male attention, and she’s realistic enough to know that it’s a ship. They have six days and six nights, and then none of them will never see each other again. As for a certain Monsieur Yusuf Khoury, there’s something just a little bit different about that one. Dusty Miller’s The Immigrants is a short and romantic story of young love and long odds.