A Suspense Novel of Crime and Mystery
By Bob Levy
“I read it on my trip to Okinawa. It’s very good. I could hardly put it down.” —President Bill Clinton
“Levy has crafted a lively and entertaining mystery with a special appeal.” —The Commercial Appeal, Memphis
“Bob Levy weaves a delightful tale of suspense and mystery, and the pages go flying by.” —John Grisham
“…a fine piece of writing…with crimes of such horror that even cynics will double-lock doors before perusing the next chapter.” —The Roanoke Times
“…a tense, engaging story that is especially good for putting chills down the reader’s spine!” —Library Bookwatch
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The man had killed ten women across Virginia and Tennessee and was electrocuted for his crimes back in the late fifties. But he had left a cryptic message scratched on his death cell wall for his captor, detective Joe O’Riley, whose young wife had been the criminal’s final victim.
Now, decades later, another string of murders are working their way across the same two states, taking place in the very same old movie theaters. Expertly applied makeup leaves each victim resembling a different screen star from the fifties era. This evolving trail of death both horrifies and intrigues the now-retired Memphis Chief of Police O’Riley. His investigative fire is rekindled just as his love life returns—dormant since the death of his wife those many years ago.
The striking similarity of the crimes, along with clues left at the crime scenes, baffle the police, the medical examiner, and O’Riley. Could this be a copycat? Or is the perpetrator’s identity more sinister? A cat-and-mouse game between police and killer quickly escalates as the murders continue and once again, the love of O’Riley’s life is planted firmly in the killer’s path.
Bob Levy is also the author of
Past Tense, the suspense-thriller sequel to Broken Hearts from Sunstone Press, and From the Coin’s Point of View, a Roman history/short story collection. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia. A retailer by trade with Oak Hall, a specialty clothing store founded by his great-great-grandfather in 1859, the author resides in Memphis, Tennessee.
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