Monday, September 7, 2015


WILLED ACCIDENTS HAPPEN IS A 13k mystery/suspense short story that is now up on for pre-order on Kindle.  FINALLY this short story will see the light of day and is available to the public at large. It will go on sale on Kindle for .99 cents per copy. A review would be gratefully appreciated.

Psychiatrist, Michael Ryan’s life spins out of control. Cars accelerate as Michael tries to cross New York City streets. Subway trains try to suck him off the platform. On the New York State Thruway, a car veers out of control and Michael nearly dives into a fifty foot ravine. Then he falls down a flight of concrete steps into the NYC Transit subway station and into the arms of the beautiful red-head Allie Andrews who insists his incidents are no mere accident. Is Michael becoming accident prone, or is someone trying to hurl Michael into the hereafter?

Willed Accidents Happen is a short mystery/suspense story that merges mystery/suspense and sprinkles it with humanity, humor, a psychotic patient who walks out of the hospital with a false orderly and an ex-fiancee who doesn’t want Michael, but doesn’t want anyone else to have him either.

BELOW IS THE COVER OF "Willed Accidents Happen." This photo isn't in the final formatting that is on Amazon. In case you're wondering: After days and days of incessant exploring, I decided to go outside at midnight and take a photo of my own car, only one of Michael's "accidents." The text and author name will be formatted onto the cover. You can see it on A Guthrie along with my other full-length novels 'In the Arms of the Enemy' and "Waterlilies Over My Grave.'  



Becky G said...

WOW! I need to read this, sounds intriguing! I have a great Rom Suspense novel by Sarah Andre that I love, is her site the book is Locked, Loaded and Lying. It's so good I hate for it to end! But in that I can read this after I finish that one! Not a bad plan!

Patricia Guthrie said...

Thanks Becky. Sorry I didn't comment before. I, somehow, didn't have my "comment" section turned on so I could see it. I learn something new every day.

Pat G.