Larry Darter is a novelist and retired Texas peace officer. He is a veteran of the United States Navy and the United States Army Reserve. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. Larry currently lives in southern Oklahoma near the Red River. All Our Yesterdays is his first published crime fiction short story. Come What May, published in 2016, was his first novel, the debut book in The Malone Novels series. Larry is currently writing the second novel in the series, Fair Is Foul and Foul Is Fair, which will be released in April 2017.
One of Tinseltown’s brightest stars has been murdered. The accused is her estranged husband, and the situation doesn’t look good. A knock on the office door of Los Angeles private eye Ben Malone can only mean one thing, a new case. Local defense attorney Liz Harper from the Los Angeles law firm Ross & Logan… [Read More]
From the author of the Malone Mystery series comes a smart, sassy, sexy new P.I., T. J. O’Sullivan. Hailing originally from New Zealand, she has the accent and an attitude to go with it. When Los Angeles P.I. T. J. O’Sullivan is sent to Honolulu by her boss to track down a client’s missing daughter,… [Read More]
Ben Malone, the tough, freewheeling hero of the Malone Novels is back, this time as a Los Angeles PI Los Angeles private investigator Ben Malone accepts the case of Amanda Gates, wife of a California candidate for the U.S. Senate. Gates who once had a shady past confides to Malone that she is being blackmailed… [Read More]
Come What May, a mystery and suspense tale that will keep you spellbound from start to finish In the quiet of early morning, on a late-January day, twenty-eight-year-old Mary Beth Anderson is brutally murdered inside her Los Angeles townhouse. It appeared to LAPD detectives she was killed during a burglary gone sideways. Leads were thin… [Read More]
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Larry Darter replied to the topic SELF-e — Connecting Indie Authors, Libraries and Readers in the forum Publishing Your Book 1 year, 2 months ago
After reading your article I uploaded my book and it was really easy to do. Thanks for the information.