Postcards, the blog: Read about Diana’s travels in Europe By Train. Join her anywhere along the line—but be sure not to miss Italy!
Diana Chambers was born with a book in one hand and a passport in the other. She writes romantic intrigues that have led her from Paris to far corners of Asia. Her first Nick Daley spy thriller, Stinger, opens near the Khyber Pass as the CIA officer becomes entangled in a triangle with a San Francisco journalist and an elusive Afghan leader, her former lover. The blowback of these events returns Nick to D.C. where in The Company She Keeps, he recruits a new agent, Evelyn "E" Walker, and sends her into a world of danger from the grand boulevards of Europe to the Grand Bazaar of Tehran.
"In Stinger, Diana Chambers takes us from Peshawar, the Casablanca of Central Asia, to an Afghanistan of poets and warriors. Her mysterious characters drive a twisty plot that doesn't let up until the shocking climax. Combining the best elements of John le Carré and Martin Cruz Smith, Chambers has also written a compelling love story. Highly recommended."
—Sheldon Siegel, New York Times Bestselling Author of Judgment Day
Stinger is now available as an audiobook, narrated by Charles Kahlenberg, released by Audible.
Also at iTunes and Amazon.
Diana will moderate "How to Get Away with Murder (on the Page)" with authors Laurie R. King, Catriona McPherson, and Kelli Stanley. Join us at the first annual Bay Area Book Festival,
Saturday, June 6, 1:00-1:50 pm. The Marsh Theater, Berkeley, CA.
Meet Diana at Bouchercon Mystery Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 8-11, 2015.
Diana is thrilled to be one of the "plot stirrers" in the Mystery Writers of American Cookbook: Wickedly Good Meals and Desserts to Die For.