Shein Davis & Fuller
Erik Daniel Shein got his start first as a trained herpetologist, studying reptiles and amphibians, before turning his gaze to writing. In his early years, he consulted with the Fish & Wildlife services and other agencies on toxicology and herpetology.
As one might imagine, he is deeply passionate about animals, often featuring them in his stories and content. He has authored and co-written more than 30 novels.
In addition to his writing, Erik is the founder and CEO of Shein Partnership LLC, a creative asset and intellectual property firm, with projects ranging from Crime Thrillers to Live Action and CGI animated feature films to television specials and series and book publishing.
Born in Southern Illinois, Melissa Davis fell in love with reading from an early age, so much so that she started writing when she was in the second grade. From poetry to short stories, she has a love for it all. When she was in high school, she attended Illinois Summer School for the Arts at Illinois State University, which led her to attend the university. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Education, M. A. taught for several years until her children were born, allowing her to fulfill two dreams: motherhood and penning her first books.
Karen Fuller is a seasoned author and writes in a variety of genres, including Crime Fiction, Romance, and Young Adult. Recently she started writing as a team with Melissa Davis and Erik Daniel Shein. Together, they write both novels and screenplays. Karen is also the Managing Director and Partner in the Shein Partnership, LLC. Check out her website at https://www.karenfullerauthor-screenwriter.com
The Poison ID Unit
Authors: Erik Daniel Shein, Melissa Davis & Karen Fuller
Hardback ISBN: 9781960076205
Paperback ISBN: 9781960076212
eBook ISBN: 9781960076229
Genre: Crime Thriller
Release Date 06/20/2023
In a sleepy little parish just outside of New Orleans, murder is no rare occurrence.
Sergeant Lance Knight has a pile of unsolved homicide cases on his desk. On the surface, none seem to be connected. The victims are all men with money or power. An investment banker, a lawyer, and a local politician. They don’t socially run in the same circles. Lance can’t find a connection.
Working closely with coroner Gina Goodwin, Lance and Gina discover a pattern. Three unrelated things the bodies all have in common—a string of lethal connections. Is it just a coincidence, or is it something more?
Things heat up when Lance realizes he’s getting close to finding the killer, and everything spirals out of control. Can he piece it together before it’s too late?
Lethal Connections is a sleuth murder mystery novel by Erik Daniel Shein, Melissa Davis, and Karen Fuller. Sergent Lance Knight has quite the challenge of maintaining law and order as an officer at the St. Bernard Parish in Chalmette, Louisiana. Apart from struggling to end things with his girlfriend, Lance has the added burden of trying to solve a string of murders, with each victim poisoned under mysterious circumstances. While Lance searches for clues to find a missing link between the victims, he is joined by the enigmatic coroner and herpetology enthusiast Gina Goodwin. But when the FBI arrives and offers their help solving the case, Lance realizes that things are not as they seem and that there must be something he is missing. Can he get to the bottom of the mystery before putting his own life on the line?
Fans of sleuth murder mysteries or detective tales are in for a treat with Lethal Connections. Erik Daniel Shein, Melissa Davis, and Karen Fuller tell a gripping story of murder, crime, and betrayal that has you glued to the pages from start to finish. The authors perfectly capture the feel and ambiance of rural Louisiana, with its swamps, poisonous reptiles, and the underlying criminal underworld. The hyper-realistic and gritty tone of the narrative is peppered with bouts of humor sprinkled throughout the pages. I particularly enjoyed the dynamic between Lance, Gina, and Captain Donovan. Overall, this is a book I immensely enjoyed, and I read it in one go. Can't recommend it highly enough. -- Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite