Just released! OBSESSION FALLS in paperback and e-book!

on June 28, 2016

Just released! OBSESSION FALLS in paperback and e-book! Get OBSESSION FALLS in paperback at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million or at your local bookseller, or for Kindle, Nook, Apple Books, Kobo, GooglePlay. * From Bookbub: Books to Read If You Love Nora Roberts. “Why we recommend it (OBSESSION FALLS): If you’re a fan of Nora’s In Death series, you’ll delight in this… Read More

New! Christina Dodd’s Stone Circle Rocks!

on June 15, 2016

The answer to your question — After the solstice, what does one do with this massive monument for the remaining 364 days of the year? All new article with lots of photos, just in time for the summer solstice!

OBSESSION FALLS Wins BookPage September Top Honor!

on August 23, 2015

Christina Dodd mixes a chilling cocktail of suspense and romance in Obsession Falls (St. Martin’s, $26.99, 400 pages, ISBN 9781250028471). While trying to save a young kidnapped boy from death, Taylor Summers finds her pleasant day in the Sawtooth Mountains turning into a prolonged feat of wilderness survival. When she re-emerges into civilization, the authorities… Read More

Starred Booklist Review for OBSESSION FALLS!

on August 12, 2015

Taylor Summers came home to the Sawtooth Mountains, hoping that the beauty of the Idaho wilderness would inspire her artistic muse. Unfortunately, her muse proves to be more than elusive, but while Taylor is trying to salvage what she can from her drawings, she spies two men dragging a young boy out of the trunk… Read More

July 1, 2014 — THE LISTENER: a Virtue Falls Short Story

on June 17, 2014

THE LISTENER introduces you to the world of Virtue Falls, a small, tourist town on the wild Washington coast. If Virtue Falls had a motto, it would be: Welcome to Virtue Falls, home for free spirits, destination for vacationing tourists, haven for secrets…and a magnet for murder. Enjoy this introductory short story in ebook for only 99 cents!

February 2005

on July 9, 2012

I was a crossword puzzle clue in the Los Angeles Times! 🙂