Well, you know yours truly just couldn't pass up the opportunity to get back to my roots here on the Blog-Zine - The Chronicles of a Lesser-Known Writer Segment - and a quick discussion on Black Diamonds seemed like a great way to do it. One Black Diamond in particular recently caught my attention and I think, once you check it out for yourself, it'll catch yours, too.
Debut author Ja'Nese Dixon is currently what I've affectionately coined "a Lesser-Known Writer," but if she keeps bringing it the way she's bringing it, she won't be for long. Check out the Black Diamond that she just pulled out of her box of literary jewels and try it on for size!
Introducing "Black Diamond" by Ja'Nese Dixon...
About Black Diamond
Camille Blackwell, an undercover FBI agent, poses as a jewelry purchaser in an international diamond trading company in hopes of identifying the domestic players in a vicious rebel group suspected of trafficking conflict diamonds. Meanwhile, despite Camille's objections, the Bureau requests CIA renegade Marc Fulton’s assistance with sweeping international intelligence to identify the major rebel organizations with finances and stateside connections strong enough to evade criminal prosecution. Sparks fly when Marc and Camille meet, and their attraction is instant and intense. However, both resolve to focus on the case. But when Camille receives an encrypted memory stick from a murdered co-worker, Marc may be the only person she can trust.