Daniel Quentin Steele
The fourth volume of an ongoing novel/series titled "When We Were Married." I was up to a half million words before I started Volume 4 - "The Past Never Dies." I expect the series will be well over a million words before I finish the eighth volume. WWWM is a love story, the story of a doomed marriage, a divorce that literally changes history, and the story of two larger than life individuals trying to find their way without each other. It's also a story of the courthouse and the legal system, cops and prosecutors and public defenders, monsters and murderers. It ranges from Jacksonville, Florida around the First Coast of Florida to Washington, D.C., New York City, the Caribbean, Paris, France to Central Africa. Characters include psychiatrists, assassins, two warring International drug cartels, an army of Mexican Ninjas, Killer Grannies, a CIA operative nicknamed The Widowmaker, the most evil lawman on two continents, a South Florida drug lord who owes a debt to the prosecutor protagonist of the novel, the Hero of the Gunfight on Fourth Street, a heroic Irish priest, The Angel of Death, and a Killer Cop in Jacksonville. And the sexiest beauty with the biggest breasts in the state of Florida. It has been a fun book to write so far.