“When a mysterious man shoots and wounds Private Investigator Cecce DeLuca, only to disappear without a trace, Cecce wants answers. Her lottery-winning mother, however, wants Cecce to mend at a plush Tucson spa. These two threads begin the intricate weave that is the satisfying read Michaeline Della Fera offers mystery fans in Trading Faces. The writing is crisp, the characters fun and funny, and the plot keeps readers guessing until the end.”
The Jake Eaton Series
“Trading Faces takes you into the world of Cecce DeLuca, slightly overweight female PI. After a close encounter with death in New Hampshire she's off to Arizona, only to find herself involved in a murder, and she's sure the same man she kept seeing in New Hampshire is also now in Arizona—but why? Follow Cecce through a twisted murder right up to the surprising ending. Michaeline Della Fera creates a fascinating story with slightly unusual characters, that keeps you guessing until the last page.”
Fade To Black and
Death Comes In Red
Michaeline Della Fera is a free lance writer, living in Hollis, New Hampshire. She is a Correspondent for The Telegraph (Nashua, New Hampshire), writing weekly for four different editors: Business Editor, Lifestyles and Food Editor, Sunday Editor and the Neighborhood Editor. Ms. Della Fera also has a weekly Sunday column answering education and personal-based questions for readers.
She has had several non-fiction articles and fiction stories published in various magazines. With a partner, she also co-founded and edited a literary magazine, Women’s Words--short fiction, for over two years. Trading Faces is her first published novel.
Della Fera is currently employed as an Admissions Counselor and Academic Advisor for Rivier College of Nashua, New Hampshire. She has a B.A. in Elementary Education, an M.Ed in Special Education and has an advanced degree in Administration and Supervision.