Sentinels of the Night – A Trackers Novel

Sentinels of the Night
294 Pages
ISBN 978-0996838504

Anita Dickason's debut novel, Sentinels of the Night, sets up a newly formed team of FBI agents: Code Name—Trackers. Considered the elite of the elite, each has a secret, an extra edge, that defies reason and logic.

FBI Tracker Cat Morgan has an unusual talent, one she has successfully concealed, even from her fellow agents. That is—until she finds a body with a strange symbol carved on the forehead during a stop in Clinton, Mississippi and crosses paths with the town’s rugged police chief, Kevin Hunter. Despite his instant attraction to the sexy agent, Kevin is suspicious of her presence at the crime scene and isn’t buying her dubious explanations. He wants her out of the investigation and out of his town.

The discovery of another mutilated body with the same symbol sends Cat back to Clinton, and this time she isn’t leaving. To stop the killer, Cat must find a way to overcome Kevin’s distrust and will face an impossible impasse—truth or lies. But will either one matter, when the killer fixates on her for his next sacrifice?

Anita Dickason

About Anita Dickason (Dallas, Texas Author)

Anita Dickason

Award-winning author, Anita Dickason, is a retired police officer with twenty-seven years of law enforcement experience, twenty-two with the Dallas Police Department. She served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics officer, advanced accident investigator, and the SWAT team as the unit sniper. Her experience provides the background and plots for her FBI Tracker suspense novels, Sentinels of the Night and Going Gone!

Finding an unexpected enjoyment in writing jump-started a new career. Anita's publishing company, Mystic Circle Books and Designs, LLC, provides manuscript and design services to assist authors in publishing their works.

She is the Fiction Editor and Columnist for Indie Authors Monthly Magazine. Her column, ON THE HUNT, is a series of articles on publishing, distribution, and promotions and is featured in the magazine and on her website: