“Twists and turns and nonstop action.”—The Mansfield News Journal on The Devil’s Closet
“The whodunit is terrific having its ties towards the late nineteenth century atrocities as Stacy Dittrich gives a unique voice that has a fresh brisk thriller starring a heroine who resonates with readers.” —Midwest Book Review on Mary Jane’s Grave
“The crime is horrific and puzzling, and Dittrich does an outstanding job showing off a clever procedural that may be hauntingly laced with eeriness. A book to send out true chills about the spine.” –Publishers Weekly on Mary Jane’s Grave
“CeeCee Gallagher could be the real McCoy — gritty and hard, though with smooth edges. She embodies that of a true detective has to be.” –Andrew Peterson, author of First to Kill
About the Author
Stacy Dittrich is surely an award-winning 17-year police officers officer, author, media consultant, and former detective devoted to sex crimes. Stacy retired at the start of 2008 to concentrate solely for my child writing and media commitments. However, she actually is still a sworn special deputy using the Richland County Sheriff’s Department in Mansfield, Ohio.
Stacy can be a member of the International Thriller Writer’s Association, Sisters in Crime, and can be a regular contributor on Women in Crime Ink. She is also co-host of Justice Interrupted Radio, a media and advocacy team together with LA Deputy District Attorney, Robin Sax. Stacy has appeared as being a law enforcement commentator on Fox, “The O’Reilly Factor, CNN, Fox’s Geraldo at Large, The Nancy Grace Show, HLN’s Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell,War On Crime, E! True Hollywood,The Dana Pretzer Show, “That’s Life” with Cleveland’s Robin Swoboda, and many radio stations nationwide. She has appeared inside pages of SELF magazine, Women’s World magazine, Allure Magazine, The Boston Herald, The UK Observer, and The Miami Herald for starters.
Stacy Dittrich currently resides in Ohio along with her husband,Rich—a police, as well as their two daughters.