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About Betty Sullivan-LaPierre

Betty Sullivan-LaPierre Betty Sullivan-LaPierre writes mystery/suspense/thriller novels, which are published in digital format and print. Her Hawkman Mystery Series is developing quite a fan base. She’s also written two stand-alone mystery/thrillers. BLACKOUT, Betty’s story about a bingo hall (of the Hawkman Series), ranked in the top ten of the P&E Reader’s Poll, and won the 2003 BLOODY DAGGER AWARD for best Mystery/Suspense. EuroReviews recently picked ‘THE DEADLY THORN’ (Book 4 of the Hawkman Series) for their 2005 May Book of the Month.


From the Pen of Betty Sullivan-LaPierre

Cause for Murder, Betty Sullivan La Pierre Cause for Murder
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Cause for Murder

When it’s discovered Burke Parker might have been poisoned, the suspicion of guilt falls on his wife, his daughter, and Maduk, the Indian who is his daughter’s biological father. Hawkman finds the investigation leading him in all directions as he deals with an Indian man who’s killed once before, . . .

Blackout, Betty Sullivan LaPierre Blackout
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A bingo hall mystery!! More than a game ensues when Destiny Wilson disappears from the White Oaks Bingo hall. Her father, Jesse seeks the help of Hawkman and the hunt is . . .

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Betty Sullivan LaPierre
Marketing & Publishing
I’ve written seven mystery/suspense books in the past ten years and have learned many things along the route of getting published. One of the foremost items you must learn is how to market your own books. Even the big publishers nowadays do very little publicity. It’s up to you to expose your book. . .

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