Hi Everyone. A lot of people have been asking for the paperback, so I’m excited to announce the first book signing for Scorpio: The Sign Behind The Crime Book 3, in Inverness, Florida. Of course you can buy the ebook on Amazon but you’ll only get the gorgeous swag, if you come to the book signing to purchase an autographed book.
Save the date!! You can get this lunch bag and change purse with the purchase of one book, any book, in The Sign Behind The Crime Series. Getting holiday gifts? I’ll autograph the book with the recipient’s name and you’ll get a bag and purse with each book you buy! Otherwise there’s one bag and purse with your total purchase. If you love paperbacks and you’re in travel distance to Citrus County, get there. There will be Dunkin’ Donuts, too! The books in this series are in multi genres: psychological thriller, romantic thriller, romantic suspense. And they’re steamy!
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With a mind as strong as twisted steel, Scorpio obsessed Henry Slater, suave, sophisticated, sexy, intelligent, and wealthy is the perfect man—except to women who tell him what he doesn’t want to hear.
Dr. John Trenton is called back to NYC for a case close to his heart, while NYPD Detective Samantha “Sam” Wright and Dr. Frank Khaos, conflicted about their on-again-off-again relationship, take on another case—a serial killer who’s orchestrated sixteen murders across the United States over a nine-year period. The seventeenth victim is Sam’s best friend, Carrie Baines. When forensic science connects Frank to Slater, Frank is pushed to delve into his past, something he swore never to do. Meanwhile, due to the interstate nature of the crimes the FBI gets involved, convincing Sam to go undercover. But Slater is clever, and Sam is no match for him. Will her psychic skills and police training be enough to survive this close encounter with a killer, or will she end up as his eighteenth victim? And even if she lives, is her relationship with Frank really over?
Here is an excerpt with Detective Sam Wright and her team at the Manhattan Midtown-South precinct.
She looked up at Frank and understood his glare. Loo was a man who didn’t react well to overly emotional detectives. Okay, job first. She stood still, facing Frank, looked around at the beige walls to calm her thoughts, swallowed, inhaled deeply, and then nodded to him that she was ready. She released from him and took another glimpse at the walls. For some reason staring at the bland emptiness quieted her brain. She needed that now—mainly to hear and digest what Loo said before she reacted or overreacted.
They walked down the hall to Loo’s office, and she knocked on the door.
“Come in.” Lieutenant Rojas’ voice was strong, but he didn’t seem to be annoyed. That was good.
Sam and Frank entered and pulled chairs from the conference table to around Loo’s desk.
Her partner Nick in his usual detective attire, khaki’s and brown jacket, sat opposite Loo’s desk. “I’m sorry, Sam, really.”
Sam lowered her eyes. “Thanks, Nick. And thanks to the two of you for coming in.”
Loo pulled off his black framed glasses, and carefully placed them on the desk, before he spoke. “Detective Wright, I’ve already said this once, but it seems that you need repetition. You are not getting involved in the Carolyn Baines case.”
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