J. D. Frost’s crime thriller, Dollface, is now published!

Dollface is the thrilling battle of wits and action between Chattanooga police detective Moses Palmer and a local narcissistic serial killer who uses the pseudonym – Dollface. The action is backdropped by the interesting psychological profiles of both detective and killer and includes numerous scenes of the local Chattanooga and North Georgia area.

Adding to the excitement, Dollface was prominently featured in the August 3 edition of the Chattanooga Free Times Press as well as several local weekly publications. Channel 12, WDEF-TV, previewed the novel in a news article as well.

The You Tube link for the newscast is HERE.

J. D. has two book signings set in Chattanooga. The first is on August 23 at McKays Book Store, a popular location for books, CDs and DVDs. The second is set for October 18 at Barnes and Noble. Dollface is advertised on CARTA public transportation for the next month.

The Amazon link for the paperback version is HERE.

The Amazon link for the eBook version is HERE.

Here is a photo of J. D. and Barnes and Noble Chattanooga Manager Kelly Flemings as they discuss J. D.’s book and the book signing at Barnes and Noble on October 18.

Author J.D. Frost discusses his book signing in Chattanooga with Barnes and Noble manager, Kelly Flemings.

Author J.D. Frost discusses his book signing in Chattanooga with Barnes and Noble manager, Kelly Flemings.


Steve Gierhart
Dale “Steve” Gierhart is a retired business manager for the United States Army. Based in Huntsville, Alabama on Redstone Arsenal, his career lasted from 1975 to 2010 in which he managed contracts, finances/accounting, and cost estimating for several missile defense systems, among which were Stinger, Avenger, Chaparral, Sentinel, JLENS, SLAMRAAM, and Non-Line of Sight.  The author wishes to thank the many co-workers, peers, and contractors who made these programs successful.  It is their tireless work that brought these systems to the soldier that needed them.  While budget constraints made it difficult for some of their work to see its full potential, they never blinked, they adjusted.  They persevered. Steve hails from Shawnee, Oklahoma; but most of his adult life has been spent in the beautiful hills of North Alabama where he lives with his wife, Bonny, who raises Tennessee Walking Horses. Between them, Steve and Bonny have 5 children and 9 grandchildren. Steve enjoys writing now that he is retired and plans more excursions of the imagination. He and Bonny, a retired engineer who worked as a contractor on several NASA and Army programs, will travel in their retirement though 15 horses, 4 dogs and 3 cats can crimp the best of plans.