Twelve stories. Countless twists. Lots of suspenseful fun!
If you enjoy suspense laced with empathy and touches of humor, grab your copy of What Leads a Man To Murder and watch for the next Joslyn Chase thriller, coming in July, 2017!
Soon to be released on July 17th! With the death of her husband and son, concert pianist Riley Forte’s life and career shattered. Her comeback performance bombs, her sponsor pulls out, and she faces the tattered ruins of a once-happy life. When Mt. Rainier erupts, isolating her in a small community stalked by a serial […]
ABSOLUTION: Not a wasted word. Pure story. I was reminded of the classic tale, The Monkey’s Paw. This marches along just as efficiently and delivers the same punch at the end. Superb!
– Marg Nelson, avid reader
SONG OF THE GONDOLIER: Moving back through the story, scene by scene, is like peeling a cob of corn – and the result is revealing, powerful, and rewarding.
– Phil Logan, author of The Appointed Time and Once a Warrior
FURROWS: Two thumbs up! I may never be able to run near a cornfield again.
– Jennifer Kelly, author of Lathan’s Adventure
THE TOWER: In the movie Field of Dreams, there is a now famous line, “If you build it, they will come.” Apply this sentiment to Joslyn Chase–if she writes it, we will come, and read it. A marvelous journey.
– William DeProspo, author of Unlikely Outcome
FURROWS: Great story! The writing flows beautifully.
– Sarah Gribble, author of Beast and The Apprentice
ADALET: Tiny details in this are stunningly brilliant…these illuminate the characters and situation with few words. Wonderful writing.
– Catherine Ryan, author of The Kind
SONG OF THE GONDOLIER: I love the plot structure…reminds me of the Christopher Nolan film, Memento, that also begins with the end of the story and moves forward by revealing the events in reverse order. Song of The Gondolier did not disappoint.
– D.A. Steen, author of The Tumultu
THE TOWER: …superb with beautiful imagery and so much tension it hurt to swallow.
– MC D’Alton, author of Numbers and the Tango
FURROWS: Excellent, excellent! I loved reading this. It went by so fast…
– Mike Van Horn, author of How To Grow Your Business Without Driving Yourself Crazy, and Aliens Crashed In My Backyard
BEDTIME STORY: Jam packed with everything that makes a delightful page turner. I was sorry to see ‘The End’!
– Wendy Pearson, author of The Caul, and Night Scar
FURROWS: Even though I write horror and have read thousands of horror stories, very few have ever actually sparked anything within. This is one of them.
– Justin Boote, author of A Murderer’s Confession
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