With just the Epilogue left to write in my novel, I’m looking for an editor, and pro cover designer. I did this jacket myself, and I love it. It has some hints as to what’s inside, and I always love that when I choose a book. We’ll see.
A bit about the book…
When dealing with fiction, we want to continually answer the call of ‘What if?’
What if a woman is murdered in a desperate attempt to shut her up, but then she is immediately stabbed eight times with her own carving knife by a different perp, who also takes a hank of her blonde hair as a trophy?
What if this is not the first time he has done this?
What if he’s done this all over the United States, and no one knows, because his victims are all cold cases in boxes somewhere?
What if he leaves no forensic evidence as a lead?
It’s expected that the police will apprehend him, but he’s not made it easy for them. So far, there are few clues. It’s suspected that the stabber is a serial killer and a former member of law enforcement, but now operates in much more covert and deadly way.
Police Detectives Iain McClintock and Susan Miller have a murder to solve. During the investigation, they discover a serial killer who’s insidious and prolific. Trained as a person who is supposed to help people, and hidden among the general population of the city, this psychopath operates in the most beguiling of ways to lure his victims into a lethal trap with no chance of escape. Can these detectives, McClintock and Miller, capture this person before another victim meets a gruesome end?
It can’t all be murder and mayhem, can it? I love to write romance, too. So, during all of this, the love story deepens between McClintock and his wife, Rosie, who’s just been diagnosed with MS. And, a love buds between Susan Miller and George O’Donnell. Susan and George’s love story develops in book II of the series – Murder at River’s Bend. Stay tuned.
This book will be completed and out in the world in time for Christmas 2021. Remember to bookmark this page.
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