David has worked in the court system and has used his knowledge to create a gripping suspense. His debut novel is available through Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, and Fictionwise. Grab your copy today.
As a student at the University of Minnesota, David Fingerman realized that if he switched his major from journalism to speech, he could graduate that quarter. It was a no-brainer.
He worked in the court system of Hennepin County for over 20 years. In 2006 he left his job to do what he loves to do-write. He has published a number of stories in magazines and anthologies, and published a book of speculative fiction short stories, Edging Past Reality.
David is married and currently living in Minneapolis.
Police must follow a labyrinth, leading into the darkest tunnel of a twisted mind. A mind that carries no value for human life... Minneapolis police officer Louise Miller has attitude. Not only does she have to deal with the good old boy mentality of the department, but she's also a gay police officer who has to deal with harassment on a higher level. When one of her few friends on the force goes missing Miller investigates, despite her captain's order to leave it to the detectives. As Miller scours the precinct for any sign of the missing officer, Elias Boughton is on a psychopathic rampage. Kidnapping and murder are games he plays, blindly obeying a voice from his past. As the body count rises, Miller is convinced the detectives are heading in the wrong direction. Trying to fit the puzzle together, each clue revolves around a particular Rottweiler. As the mystery unravels so does her life, and the case becomes more personal than she ever dared imagine.