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Amazon (December 2012)

Dee Wilbur rocks the UK on Amazon Kindle

Dee Wilbur knows no boundaries. Amazon recently opened the United Kingdom to Kindle sales. Dee Wilbur just got its first royalty check for Kindle sales in the UK. We think its one of three possibilities:

Hail Britannia! Thank you readers for your word-of-mouth advertising.



A Jealous God hits #1, #2 and #3 on Amazon Kindle

Dee Wilbur’s contemporary mystery novel, A Jealous God, set in the small Texas town of Richmond, reached a new high in ratings on Amazon sales charts. On September 16, 2012, this novel was ranked in three Amazon Kindle categories: #1 in the category Surgery Obstetrics & Gynecology, #2 in the category Specialties Obstetrics & Gynecology, and #3 in the category Forensic Medicine. We are amazed and grateful as this book was first published in 2006, six years earlier. Thank you readers for your word-of-mouth advertising


The Houston Press

Discover the mystery of A Jealous God
By Nicholas L. Hall

If you want to meet Dee Wilbur, don't be surprised when "she" turns out to be "them" Author Dee Wilbur is a persona established by the mystery-writing pair of Beatrice Dee Pipes and Dr. Charles Wilbur Yates, Jr. Their first Dee Wilbur novel, A Jealous God, is about a high-powered lawyer searching for answers after the death of her hideously deformed baby. The fast-paced mystery tackles issues of fate and free will, modern science and small-town society, all of which Pipes and Yates know well. They are both Texas natives; Pipes lives in Houston, and Yates in Richmond, which provides the backdrop for A Jealous God. Prior to becoming cowriters, both had written for scientific and technical publications, and Yates had been in radiology for 30 years, which explains the wealth of scientific and medical detail in the plot of A Jealous God. The book's title comes from the Bible. With the second commandment promising that the sins of the father will be punished in his children for generations, Dee Wilbur wants to know if we can make amends.