Who Killed Ben Miller? & Death of a Juror
TRUE CRIME - NON-FICTION
WHO KILLED BEN MILLER?
It’s 1930 – in the midst of Prohibition and the Depression. A young farmer is murdered and left on a lonely country road outside a small Central Texas town. Eighty-four years later only a few will talk about the crime. Could a suspect have been arrested and charged? Why did that never happen? Current research points to interesting possibilities never explored until now.
DEATH OF A JUROR
Walter Leschber is the fourth juror selected in the re-trial of a sensational 1931 murder already tried four times. What really made him become ill and cause a mistrial? Could his death have been avoided? Or was it inevitable before his jury service ever began?
About D. A. Featherling (Austin, Texas Author)
D. A. (Dorothy) Featherling is a multi-published, award-winning local author who has penned a total of 30 books to date including adult mysteries, time travel fiction, end times fiction, romantic comedies, and a romance. She has recently completed a thirteen-book time travel adventure series being read by ages 9-99. The board game that inspired the books has also been produced.
Her non-fiction books include a 1930s Georgetown, Texas cold case murder (true crime), two e-books on giving school presentations, a book encouraging activity for sedentary folks, and a book on prayer.
She has also written numerous technical pieces and has won awards for journalism and public speaking and was the recipient of a national Daphne DuMaurier Mystery/Suspense Award.