Indiana author Darrell Case has been named an Author Elite Awards finalist for best mystery of 2021.

Darrell Case in an American Christian writer who has been creating stories for some 26 years. He has worked hard over the years to perfect his craft, reading numerous books on writing and taking several courses.

With 12 books in print, 10 in audio and 6 that appear in other languages, he has won best mystery 2020 with Author Elite Awards and also writes devotions for Call to Glory, which has a circulation of more than 33,000.

Darrell lives in central Indiana with his dog, Abby and cat, Lacy. He relaxes by flower gardening, reading, feeding the birds and wildlife that abound in his neighborhood and walking in the woods near his home. He has also ministered to prisoners for the past 39 years, helping them to find God and transform their lives.

Darrell Case of Farmersburg has been named an Author Elite Awards finalist for best mystery of 2021

“Of all the fine novels, it’s an honor to make it this far,” said Case, who has written 12 books. “Last year, my novel, ‘Never Ending Spring,’ won best mystery. I’m hoping to win again this year with ‘Out of Darkness.’”

To vote for “Out of Darkness” go to

According to an Amazon reviewer, who has been reading and reviewing books for Christian authors for years, said “Darrell Case quickly became one of my all-time favorites when he sent me his first book to read and review! … I watch and wait for each of his new books so I can read it ASAP.”

Author Elite Awards founder KaryOberbrunner said “This award recognizes excellence in literary achievements.” Entries are reviewed and evaluated on popular vote, social contribution and overall presentation (cover, content, flow and originality) by the Academy’s voting membership, which is comprised of best-selling authors, literary agents and industry leaders.

The winner will be announced Oct 22.

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