Thursday, January 26, 2012

Dark Mind by Jennifer Chase


 A Serial Killer Plagues an Island Paradise... Vigilante detective Emily Stone continues her covert pursuits to find serial killers and child abductors, all under the radar while shadowing police investigations. Emily searches for an abducted nine-year-old girl taken by ruthless and enterprising slave brokers. Following the clues from California to the garden island of Kauai, she begins to piece together the evidence and ventures deep into the jungle. It doesn’t take long before Emily is thrown into the middle of murder, mayhem, and conspiracy. Locals aren’t talking as a serial killer now stalks the island, taking women in a brutal frenzy of ancient superstitions and folklore. Local cops are unprepared for what lies ahead. In a race against the clock, Emily and her team must identify the killer before time runs out.*

Reading dark mind is like watching a movie. You can't take your eyes off of it co'z you don't like to miss anything.  The author indeed captivates its readers desire and lull them into deep reading the book in just one sitting. I like how she enticed her readers with all the suspense and thrill the novel gives. 
You can actually see more of her works at amazon .com, barns and Here's more of her: Jennifer Case

The author (Jennifer Chase)is an award-winning author, a freelance writer, and a criminologist. She is a member of the International Association of Forensic Criminologist. She also holds a bachelor degree in police forensic and a masters in criminology. Miss Chase holds a certification in serial crime and criminal profiling. 

A part from Dark Mind, she also authored several fiction novels:  Compulsion, Dead Game, Silent Partner.  She has one non-fiction book entitled: How to write a screenplay -incorporating a step-by-step process  on how to write a screenplay. She lives in California with her husband, dogs, and cats.

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