Lida Sideris – Entertainment Attorney/Award Winning Mystery Crime Author/Renaissance Women
Winner of the 2014 Helen McCloy/Mystery Writers of America Scholarship for Mystery Writing.
Travel with Killer Legal Reality Radio and Lida Sideris, an attorney of great faith, remarkable perseverance, and of unquestionable ability who has had an extraordinary life journey leading up to the publication of her first crime novel and the development of her main character Corrie Locke, an attorney much like her creator, in one of the finest fiction mystery crime novels written – Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters.
Lida tells us of her continued efforts culminating in obtaining her dream job with Lorimar-Telepictures, her magazine and news article writings, her teleplay, her acting, her wonderful novel Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters, and her future hopes and dreams and upcoming novels centered around private investigator Corrie Locke.
An admirable person who has repeatedly committed herself to Grabbing Hold and Seizing the Day, and, of course, great success has followed !
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Read an excerpt from Lida’s novel Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters here.
Excerpt: Murder and Other Natural Disasters
I veered out of the parking lot and bounced onto the cavity-ridden dirt road. The mystery car appeared out of nowhere from beneath the tall pines, eclipsed by the darkness. Now it raced away somewhere ahead.
“Why didn’t we hear it start?” I asked James.
“It’s a hybrid.”
“We’re in a car chase with a Prius?” A car chase with a Porsche or Ferrari was respectable, but with a battery operated car? All bragging rights vanished.
I shifted into warp speed and surged downhill. Seconds later, we faced the hybrid’s rear bumper. The spot for the license plate sat empty.
“He’s not getting away,” I said.
The hybrid turned and launched up a hill, kicking up pebbles and a dusty haze. It fish-tailed and I nearly nipped it in the rear. I executed a sharp left and ran over something large. And lumpy.
“Stop,” James said.
I skidded to a halt, a cloud of dirt trapped in my headlights. The Prius escaped through an open gate and onto La Paz. My eyes cut to the rearview mirror. My tail-lights illuminated the road behind us in an eerie red glow. As I surveyed the scene, not a trace of saliva remained in my mouth.