Posted by Kimberly A Bettes
After months of ups and downs, countless moments of unbridled joy when two pieces of the story came together, followed quickly by the crushing realization that a different piece of the story didn’t quite fit, it’s finally over. The Faceless has a face. Head on over to Amazon and pick up your copy now. Read it. Enjoy it. And then, because you kick every bit of ass, leave a review for that sucker. Reviews mean I can promote. Promoting means I (hopefully) sell more books. Selling more books means I can eat. And I like to eat. So please, FEED ME! Thank you.
A thrilling suspense-filled horror novel.
When Carrie Rose was six years old, she fought off her mother’s attacker. Now, twenty years later, she’s an internet sensation with millions of adoring fans and an offer to take her cooking show to television. Her culinary talents have brought her everything she’s ever wanted. Money. Success. A loyal fanbase. But it also brought her something she didn’t want.
Carrie’s boyfriend has vowed to keep her safe from the man harassing her online. But it seems that he is hiding something from her and may not be the person she believes him to be.
Blood will be shed…
Allan Grayson is an Atlanta detective who’s been working the same case for far too long. A serial killer known as The Camper has claimed over four dozen victims and shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, he’s growing more brazen by the day. Now, in a race to stop him before he can kill again, Detective Grayson finds himself at Carrie Rose’s house on a dark Georgia night. But will he make it there in time or will The Camper’s body count rise?
Not everyone will live to see the dawn.
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About Kimberly A BettesI whittle away the minutes of my life by entertaining myself with various projects and people. One thing is certain. I'm never bored. I also write stuff and take pictures of things.
Posted on November 24, 2017, in Uncategorized and tagged Amazon, book, co-author, co-write, horror, novel, read, review, serial killer, suspense, The Faceless, thriller. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.