Going Gone by Anita Dickason – Exclusive Excerpt and Giveaway


This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Anita will be awarding a $25 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

Code Name Trackers: The elite of the elite. FBI agents, each with a secret, an extraordinary ability that defies reason and logic.

An intricate scheme to kidnap the children of high-ranking politicians on Capitol Hill gets disrupted when private investigator Kerry Branson rescues one of the victims.

Teamed with FBI Tracker Ryan Barr, they discover the plot extends to the Office of the President and—the horrific plan has drug cartels and terrorist cells lined up to cash in.

Enjoy an Exclusive Excerpt

The footsteps came closer. A beam of light flashed over the ground. Pulling his knees tight to his chest, he wrapped his arms around his legs, tucked his head under his arms, and squished his eyes shut. Tears clogged his throat. Momma, where are you?

The harsh voice sounded over his head. “I don’t see him over here. I’ll circle the other way. The damn brat can’t get far.”

When the noisy steps faded away, Tristan scrambled from under the tree and ran. Pajama bottoms flapped around his bare ankles. Ahead was a break in the woods, and he raced toward the opening.

A shout echoed not far behind him. “He’s running toward the road.”

It was the man from the bedroom. Terror pushed him. His legs pumped, but he couldn’t go any faster, and it hurt to breathe. He had to find another place to hide, but where? It was getting dark, and the mist made it hard to see. Behind him, footsteps kept getting louder.

Ahead was a fence, a road—then—lights. A car. Could he reach the road before it passed? Dropping, he crawled under the barbed wire and felt a hand scrape the sole of his foot.

About the Author:Award winning author, Anita Dickason, is a retired Dallas Police Officer. Anita served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, advanced accident investigator, and SWAT entry/sniper.

Upon retirement, she became involved in a research project that dealt with the death of a witness to the Kennedy assassination. The research led to her first book, JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, that details the results of her reconstruction of the 1966 motor vehicle accident that killed Lee Bowers, Jr.

The project jump-started a new career as an author and publisher, and she started a new business: Mystic Circle Books & Designs, LLC.

As an author, her fictional works are suspense/thrillers with a touch of paranormal and romance. Characters with unexpected skills, that extra edge for overcoming danger and adversity, have always intrigued her. Adding an infatuation with ancient myths and legends of Native American Indians, and Scottish and Irish folklore creates the backdrop for her characters.
As a publisher, her diverse background has proven to be an invaluable asset. Assisting other authors to publish their works utilizes the gamut of her experience. Graphics design has become one of her favorite endeavors.

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Comments

  1. James Robert says:

    Congrats on the tour and thank you for the excerpt and giveaway.

  2. Thanks for hosting!

  3. Lisa Brown says:

    congrats on the the tour and thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  4. SOunds like a good read.

  5. Happy Monday! Thanks for sharing the excerpt, sounds like a book I’ll enjoy reading 🙂

  6. Thank you Long & Short Reviews for hosting my book. This is a different type of tour than I did for Sentinels of the Night. I enjoyed browsing my book for the excerpts, deciding which ones would peak the interest of the reader. Tristan is an engaging six-year-old and is one of my favorite characters. My grandson, Tyler, was the inspiration. I am so delighted to read the comments that the excerpt was enjoyed.

    I have a holiday special on the eBook. It can be purchased at any retail outlet and on my website, https://www.anitadickason.com/

    Again, thank you to all for your interest.
    Anita

  7. The story sounds very intriguing

  8. Thanks for the giveaway; I like the excerpt. 🙂

  9. Dale Wilken says:

    Sounds great.

  10. James Robert says:

    Four to 6″ of snow scheduled for us today, not looking forward to it at all. Hope your day is as terrific as you are. Thanks for the giveaway as always.

  11. James Robert says:

    Happy Thursday and hope it’s a great one. Thanks again for the giveaway.

  12. James Robert says:

    Thanks so much for the opportunity to win. Have yourself a great Tuesday!

  13. James Robert says:

    Good Morning! Stopping by again to thank you for the chance at winning and to let you know I appreciate the chance.

  14. James Robert says:

    Good Morning! Hard to believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve for those who celebrate. Time sure is flying by. Enjoy your Saturday and thanks again for the chance at winning.

  15. James Robert says:

    Good Morning and hope you enjoy your Sunday. Thanks so much for all you do and for this giveaway.

  16. James Robert says:

    Freezing outside here in Michigan. Hope your day is awesome and thanks for all you do and the giveaway.

  17. James Robert says:

    Good Morning! Who do you hear from more than me Hope you don’t get upset hearing from me daily. Thanks again for the chance at winning.

  18. James Robert says:

    Happy New Year! Wishing you a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year! Thanks for all you do and this great giveaway.

  19. James Robert says:

    Happy Hump Day! Kids are back to school today and wasn’t the happiest about it. Hope your day is a great one and thank you for the giveaway.

  20. Danielle M. says:

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  21. Amy Green says:

    I love that you and I share two favorite things: a love for The Kennedys and Native American legends!

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