Terror has come to this small town. A sinister killer is on the loose. A serial killer who feeds off of young women’s fear…and leaves a most unusual calling card. Police Chief Nathan Sommers is on the hunt, but every road leads to a dead end.
Nathan is battling his own personal demons as he tries to cope with the death of his wife. He feels her dying was a direct result of his actions and is consumed by guilt.
His personal life becomes more complicated when he meets Katie, the pretty new owner of the bakery. Nathan slowly builds a relationship
with her, but still struggles with Jenny’s death.
As he draws nearer to the killer, everything in his life suddenly comes undone. He is forced to deal with his feelings for Katie and his love for his dead wife.
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
Book trailers were just starting to get noticed when I wrote The Monster of Silver Creek, and I was all in for giving it a try. I LOVED making this trailer. To me its a mini-movie and a way to display your characters as you see them in your mind.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My husband and our two boys had taken a day trip to Mammoth Cave in Ky, and we had to take a bus to the new entrance of the cave. It was about a twenty minute ride and as I was observing the other passengers (a personal quirk of mine) I took notice of the driver. He looked as if this was his day job and at night he returned to his prison cell. (He had the creepy eyes, disheveled long hair, etc.). Anyway it started my mind turning about doing a book regarding a serial killer. Inspiration can happen in the strangest ways…
I am an author of edgy, women’s fiction (yes, it means what you’re thinking) and mystery romance. Hailing from the bluegrass state, I still live there with my husband of twenty-three years, my eight-year-old son who loves me unconditionally, and my teenage son who only loves me when we’re not in public. I am a professional hamster wrangler, lover of cats, and a firm believer that Krazy Glue fixes everything.