◊ Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
◊ Publisher: TRACE Enterprises
◊ Series: Detective Quaid Mystery
◊ Print & eBooks
◊ Contains explicit sex & violence
It takes a true artist to pursue his victims in the art of seduction, and Stowy Jenkins is no exception, especially with blood as his medium.
Stowy Jenkins, aka, the Snowman, is a true artist. His muse, Gigi, is the ultimate inspiration for his painting. Her rejection inspires him to use a very unusual medium…blood.
While art may be his passion, the taste for blood is his obsession, and multiple murders, the result.
Rookie, Detective Steven Quaid, is no fan of the Snowman’s murderous exhibitions. A twisted and deadly relationship bond the two men and neither knows who will come out of it alive.
A heavy snow is falling, exciting his murderous passion. With trembling fingers, Stone prepares for his greatest work of art. He tears open a package of duct tape, caressing the dull, gray roll before placing it onto the clean, white towels. A leather sports bag lies open. “Just a few more necessary items,” he mutters as he steps over to a rack on the wall.
After selecting three razor sharp knives, he unlocks the closet door. He gathers three syringes, and a vial of anesthetic, carefully wrapping them in a soft cloth. He places each one into the inside pocket of the bag.
A coil of twisted rope is snatched from the floor. Stone carefully measures and cuts the cord exactly fifteen inches. One by one he places each item into the bag. “Excellent…now for the final piece.”
Housed in a leather case, he lovingly places his new Nikon camera on top of the other items. “Now we are ready—so ready.”
This is a prequel to the author Yolanda Renée’s Detective Quaid Mysteries. This story tells of Steven’s first case as a rookie detective. It takes place 10 years before the events in MURDER, MADNESS & LOVE, the first book in the series.
At one time Alaska called to me, and I answered. I learned to sleep under the midnight sun, survive in below zero temperatures, and hike the Mountain Ranges. I’ve traveled from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, and the memories are some of my most valued. The wonders, mysteries and incredible beauty that is Alaska has never left me and thus now influence my writing.
Despite my adventurous spirit, I achieved my educational goals, married, and I have two handsome sons. Writing is now my focus, my newest adventure!
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THE SNOWMAN by author Yolanda Renée is on tour from May 1st to June 2nd, 2017. There will be reviews, guest posts by the author, Q&As with the author, excerpts, and a Top 10 list. There will also be a tour-wide giveaway.
Here’s the tour scheduled. Stop by daily for updates.
May 1 – Juneta @ Writer’s Gambit – Author Guest Post
May 2 – Romance Under Fire – Review & Excerpt
May 3 – Denise Covey – Review & Author Guest Post
Random Thoughts – Excerpt
May 4 – The Silver Dagger Scriptorium – Excerpt & Author Guest Post
May 5 – Julie Flanders, Writer – Excerpt
May 8 – Alex J. Cavanaugh – Top 10 List
Christine Rains – Writer – Author Guest Post
May 9 – Mello & June, It’s a Book Thang – Feature
May 10 – Pat Hatt Books – Author Q&A
May 11 – A Bluestocking’s Place – Feature
May 12 – Lexa Cain – Feature
Elizabeth Seckman, Author – Author Guest Post
May 15 – Just Us Book Blog – Excerpt
The Pulp and Mystery Shelf – Excerpt
May 16 – Reading for the Stars and Moon – Excerpt
May 17 – Pat Garcia Book Reviews – Review
Writers & Authors – Author Guest Post
May 18 – The Bookworm Chronicles – Excerpt & Feature
May 19 – I Think; Therefore, I Yam – Feature
May 22 – The Five Year Project – andThe Five Year Project – Author Guest Post
May 23 –
May 24 – Bound 2 Escape – Excerpt
May 25 – Reviews by Crystal – Feature
May 26 – J Bronder Book Reviews – Review
May 29 – FUONLYKNEW – Review
May 30 – Thoughts in Progress – Feature
May 31 – Celticlady’s Reviews – Excerpt
Reviews by Crystal – Author Q&A
June 1 – bookworm1102 – Excerpt
Scattergun Scribblings – Author Guest Post
Rainy Day Reviews – Review & Excerpt
June 2 – Cheryl’s Book Nook – Review
Libby Heily – Review & Excerpt