Books by David Skibbins

David Skibbins has been a real estate broker, a field worker, a Ferris wheel operator, a sales manager and a spiritual seeker. For the past twenty years he has been a licensed psychotherapist. For the past decade, he has been teaching classes in three Bay

THE HANGED MAN by David Skibbins
Released: Aug. 1, 2008

"More adventure than detection, but the cast of regulars is in fine fettle."
A death by sexual asphyxia throws Berkeley tarot reader Warren Ritter and his offbeat friends (The Star, 2007, etc.) into the company of some even more offbeat suspects. Read full book review >
THE STAR by David Skibbins
Released: Feb. 8, 2007

"Despite abundant humor and a very likable cast of regulars, Skibbins's third feels dashed off."
Berkeley Tarot reader Warren Ritter (High Priestess, April 2006, etc.) tries to free his estranged daughter from a murder rap while he absorbs shocking facts about his recently deceased father. Read full book review >
HIGH PRIESTESS by David Skibbins
Released: April 26, 2006

"Warren is great company, but the second inning is a little early to be living off his most predictable pitches. "
His sophomore outing presents Berkeley tarot-reader Warren Ritter with an unusual client: the founding priest of an offshoot of the Church of Satan. Read full book review >
EIGHT OF SWORDS by David Skibbins
Released: April 6, 2005

"The mystery is anemic, but Warren, who seems both superhuman and all too human, is a keeper worth a stronger case or ten."
How do you become the first man to win the Malice Domestic contest for Best Traditional Mystery? By creating the most untraditional traditional detective ever. Read full book review >