Oct. 17, 2012
-- Published in September of 2012, A Guilty Mind is the first in a series of psychological novels exploring the concepts of guilt, secrets, and consequences. The novel simultaneously follows George, a man depressed and haunted by a past he's been unable to reveal, and the unyielding detective determined to find the truth. George is a broken man with a volatile temper, unable to forget the young woman he once loved and "accidentally"
killed. When his psychiatrist is brutally murdered, he emerges as the primary suspect. To prove his innocence, George must face the detective determined to exact justice, his manipulative wife, and the darkest secrets of his youth.
A freelance writer for several years, Kellie Larsen Murphy has been published in several regional and southern magazines. She has written on subjects as varied as kids and sports injuries, regional restaurant news and features, and the Ripken Foundation. She is currently writing a feature on financial literacy and young adults. In addition, she has written several award-winning short stories.
For additional information about A Guilty Mind, contact Kellie Larsen Murphy through her website, www.kellielarsenmurphy.com. Copies of A Guilty Mind (ISBN 978-1-478-23906-
2) are available in paperback for $12.99 at the online retailers Amazon and Barnes & Noble.