Darrell Case in an American Christian writer who has been creating stories for some 26 years. He has worked hard over the years to perfect his craft, reading numerous books on writing and taking several courses.
With 12 books in print, 10 in audio and 6 that appear in other languages, he has won best mystery 2020 with Author Elite Awards and also writes devotions for Call to Glory, which has a circulation of more than 33,000.
Darrell lives in central Indiana with his dog, Abby and cat, Lacy. He relaxes by flower gardening, reading, feeding the birds and wildlife that abound in his neighborhood and walking in the woods near his home. He has also ministered to prisoners for the past 39 years, helping them to find God and transform their lives.
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There can be nothing more satisfying than settling down to hear a tale told on a warm summer evening, seated on a back porch with a cool drink and some great company. This is where Darrell Case excels, as he weaves his magical craft with words delicately placed on the page and stretches your imagination to its limits.
In More Tales from My Back Porch he paints pictures that drop the reader so perfectly into the heart of the action that you may think you are an integral part of it. And as he harks back to an America of a generation or more ago, with 28 hypnotic tales that give more than a gentle nod to the great writers of that era, each one will leave you wanting more.
From Hemingway’s Typewriter to Running with the Bull, Darrell finds a way to deal with sometimes tricky subject matter and turn it into a reminiscence of a bygone era that many of us can relate to and enjoy again and again.
Like mysteries? Then you'll love The Secret of Killer's Knob
The Secret Of Killer's Knob
Sherriff Buck Olsen is a 29-year veteran of law enforcement, grieving the loss of his wife the previous Fall. With crime in his childhood home of Beaufort County restricted to the occasional moonshiner or a kid with a bag of weed, he’s content to have an easy ride towards retirement.
Little does Buck know that a serial killer is prowling the area around his Killer’s Knob home and has already claimed 21 victims, burying 8 of them within a mile of Buck’s house.
But the Blue Grass Killer is no ordinary psychopath. He has studied previous mass murderers and their methods, worked out how to kill again and again without being caught and has no intentions of halting his deadly rampage any time soon.
With the discovery of the killer’s latest victim by Buck himself, national attention becomes focused on Beaufort County and the FBI descend on the quiet rural idyll as an investigation swings into action.
In order to draw him out, Buck agrees to make himself a target and as the killer begins stalking him a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues. Eventually it will lead to a confrontation between two men with vastly different agendas, where the stakes are as high as they can be and only one will survive.