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THE NINTH DISTICT (First in the FBI Series)
Suspense, intrigue, and dazzling plot twists power this tale of an FBI special agent and rookie investigator racing through the darkest layers of Minneapolis to chase a sinister Federal Reserve robber.
A spin-off from The Ninth District
FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team deploys to the plains of Nebraska after a Tornado hits a Federal Prison.
Publishers Weeklys says > Douglas Dorow’s satisfying “All Sales Final,” involves two deceitful Chicago bargain hunters at the Pelican Rapid’s Art in the Park festival.
A short story submitted for the Twin Cities Sisters in Crime anthology, Festival of Crime.
Book 2 in the FBI Series coming soon.
All Special Agent Jack Miller wants is to spend some time with his family at the lake. He finds himself pulled into the chaos of a small town and its controlling crime family.
Coming in 2016! Vixen – Shoot Clean (part of Russell Blake’s JET Kindle World)
Until then, check out the other books in the Jet Kindle World.
Douglas Dorow is a crime/thriller writer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. He lives there with his wife. They have two kids and two dogs.
He goes by “Doug”. Outside of writing and signing legal documents as Douglas, the only people who ever called him Douglas were his mom (when she was mad at him) and Kim Stockstad (who sat in front of him in Algebra in middle school.
Dorow is trickier for people to spell correctly and pronounce. It rhymes with Zorro and sounds like Door – O.
In 2015, Doug applied for the Minneapolis FBI Citizens’ Academy. He was lucky enough to be selected to attend, being the one author of the four who applied. His class of 40 graduated with an insight into different areas of the FBI and an appreciation for the training and dedication of Agents and Employees of the FBI.
Besides the six weeks of classes, he also visited Washington DC where they toured the FBI Headquarters and Quantico.
Doug loves to connect with his readers, so feel free to reach out to him on Twitter @dougdorow or with email at Doug@DouglasDorow.com