I'm incredibly proud of how this book came out. Between David's striking cover--I've gotten plenty of comments of how it has drawn readers in--and the work my team and I have done to make this book tight, this might be my best work to date. (Well, until Scouring Agent comes out in February. But we're just arguing semantics here, aren't we?)
Now: I've been rather vague about what this book is about. That ends today.
Det. Ricky Madison is back in this pulse-quickening, gritty sequel!
Now suffering from PTSD following the events at the end of THE LONG CRIMSON LINE, Ricky returns to Worcester, Mass., the city where he was once a police detective; he’s undergoing therapy in both solo and group settings, and in his first session, he meets a young lady struggling to cope with her love life’s tribulations—she’s a cutter, and he offers her his ear whenever she needs it.
When elements of past crimes he had investigated creep back into the present, Ricky is brought back into the fold of Worcester Police to help link the crimes together—even though the one in charge of the investigation isn’t thrilled about his presence.
Together, the two comb through the facts and similarities of the respective cases until Ricky discovers the one responsible for everything.
Just screams bestseller, doesn't it?
So it's available now for pre-order, and I want you to pre-order this wonderful book as it's only 99 cents from now until Christmas Day (consider it my Christmas gift to you). Release Day is Dec. 26, so on that day, the price goes up to $2.99, its usual price. You're getting a steal and a half here!
Here's where you can pick up your copy:
Remember that those who have Kindle get the book at 8 p.m. on Christmas Night. So after the kids are asleep, you can fire up your Kindle, sync it up, and Persuaded By The Reflections: A Thriller will be at the top of your reading list!
And a reminder of the cover:
If you haven't read The Long Crimson Line: A Thriller before now, you don't have to read it to know what's going on. Persuaded is its own story; I do reference material that occurred in TLCL. So read it anyway, and the links to buy are in my bookstore.
Christmas is coming.... and so are Ricky's demons.
I can't wait to show you the book.