Featured Author: Anita Dickason

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Anita Dickason

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Anita Dickason is a retired police officer with a total of twenty-seven years of law enforcement experience, twenty-two with Dallas PD. She served as a patrol officer, undercover narcotics detective, advanced accident investigator, tactical officer and first female sniper on the Dallas SWAT team.

Anita’s first book, JFK Assassination Eyewitness: Rush to Conspiracy, is non-fiction and details the reconstruction of a 1966 vehicle accident near Midlothian, Texas which killed a key witness to the Kennedy assassination. The project opened the door to a new career, Author and Publisher. She owns Mystic Circle Books & Designs, LLC and provides manuscript and design services, helping other authors turn their manuscripts into published books.

Her fictional works are suspense/thrillers and her plots are drawn from her extensive law enforcement knowledge and experience. Characters with unexpected skills, an extra edge for overcoming danger and adversity, has always intrigued her. Her infatuation with ancient myths and legends of Native American Indians, Scottish and Irish folklore create the backdrop for her characters.

List of all your published books

Sentinels of the Night

Going Gone!

A u 7 9


Most recent book published, buy link and blurb


What defines reality? For one small-town Texas police chief, the answer waits in the unearthly fog that shrouds his town.


Anything you would like your fans or fellow authors to know.

One of my fun projects is designing book trailers. I spend hours searching for the right music, videos, and designing the images. I have one for each of my books. The following are the links. I hope you will check them out.

Sentinels of the Night: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4m00v2W4K4o

Going Gone!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGI9MzkBkSE

A u 7 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN7XqyWAPjs&feature=youtu.be

NOT DEAD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTdX0WspDoo&feature=youtu.be

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