DEATHTRAP, Dana Marton’s new full-length romantic thriller, is available starting today, June 3rd. It’s priced at $0.99 for the first week of release, so bargain hunters, read now, don’t wait! The special $0.99 price is for a limited time, so grab this deal while you can! 

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Available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble

Cindy’s Review: Great suspense book with a touch of paranormal and a dash of romance.

Detective Jack Sullivan has been looking for a serial killer for years since he killed his sister. The killer has now set him up when he thinks Jack getting to close and captures him.

Three days later Ashley Price, who is an artist who is struggling with depression over something tragic that happened which resulted in her father keeping her daughter, has a horrible vision that she paints as she’s having it. When the vision has passed and she looks at what she painted she realizes its on her property and its a man that has been buried alive. She rushes to the location and manages to dig him up and he’s still alive. That man was Jack.

From here Jack believes that Ashley has to be working with the killer, especially when he finds other paintings she has done, all of murdered victims.

Almost 90% of this book is the mystery on figuring out who the killer is. The author does a great job of making you really have think on who it could be. Ashley and Jack’s romance was slow to come but she was so emotionally unstable from her previous trauma even though she was working hard to overcome it so she could get her daughter back and Jack was just one tracked mind on getting the killer at the expenses of everything.

I really enjoyed this book and it looks like she is currently writing the Captain Bing’s story. I will defiantly be buying that when it comes out.

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Cindy’s Review: Great suspense book with a touch of paranormal and a dash of romance.Detective Jack Sullivan has been looking for a serial killer for years since he killed his sister. The killer has now set him up when he thinks Jack getting to close and captures him.

Three days later Ashley Price, who is an artist who is struggling with depression over something tragic that happened which resulted in her father keeping her daughter, has a horrible vision that she paints as she’s having it. When the vision has passed and she looks at what she painted she realizes its on her property and its a man that has been buried alive. She rushes to the location and manages to dig him up and he’s still alive. That man was Jack.

From here Jack believes that Ashley has to be working with the killer, especially when he finds other paintings she has done, all of murdered victims.

Almost 90% of this book is the mystery on figuring out who the killer is. The author does a great job of making you really have think on who it could be. Ashley and Jack’s romance was slow to come but she was so emotionally unstable from her previous trauma even though she was working hard to overcome it so she could get her daughter back and Jack was just one tracked mind on getting the killer at the expenses of everything.

I really enjoyed this book and it looks like she is currently writing the Captain Bing’s story. I will defiantly be buying that when it comes out.

 
 
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2 responses to “

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my book! Um… I forgot what else I was going to say. I keep scrolling back to the top of the page for your great header image. lol Wishing everyone a fun week, great books and time to read! Dana

  2. Thanks for stopping by Dana.. Loving Death series 🙂 And yes those guys are distracting aren't they 🙂

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