Homicide cop, Michael Callahan sees death everywhere. During the day, he protects the city from evil. At night — he is the evil. He hears the hopeless pleas, feels the last breath of the victims. He sees life fade away through the eyes of the killer. In his dreams, Michael is the killer.
But it’s just dreams. Right?
The internal struggle of protector versus killer refuses to stay hidden when the dreams become reality. A serial killer, who calls himself Murmur, stalks the streets of North Carolina, searching for the “fireflies.” Michael knows the victims all too well — he’s killed them in his dreams.
Riddled with doubt and growing suspicions from his partner, Bill, Michael is determined to put an end to the terror — even if it means an end to himself.
Chasing Fireflies is the first book in the James Beamer/Michael Callahan Morning Star trilogy.
Targeted Age Group:: Age 18 and up
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Chasing Fireflies was inspired by a future collaboration that I have with Joe Konrath. Chasing Fireflies is an introduction to my character, James Beamer, who will pair with Konrath’s, iconic Jack Daniels for a few adventures at a later date.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Being mainly a horror author, I was inspired to write crime fiction after binging on Joe Konrath’s Jack Daniels series. I needed a strong character to build my series around, so I took my love for crime shows like CSI and Criminal Minds and mixed them with a little Jim Rockford from The Rockford Files and James Beamer was born.
About the Author:
Paul Seiple is the author who writes in the horror, paranormal, and crime fiction genres. The first book in his James Beamer/Michael Callahan Morning Star trilogy, Chasing Fireflies is now available. The next book, Babylon Sister, will be released in the winter of 2014.
Other novels include The Shape of Things to Come and The Dark Stuff and the short story, Lover’s Requiem.
For more information, visit www.paulseiple.com
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