Author Starr Reser Entertains Readers with Her Spine-Chilling Novel, Girls Like To Play

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A suspenseful book packed with pulsating characters and a mysterious plot.

A full blast of suspense and tension will stun everyone as author Starr Reser presents the first of her spine-chilling masterpieces, Girls Like To Play. Packed with pulsating characters playing around a petrifying and mysterious plot, this novel will give readers an impressively unforgettable reading experience.

The novel follows Tony Benson, a widower homicide detective and father of three who is on the tracks of a diabolical serial killer and his helper—a demon of a black wolf. He realizes the murdering duo have targeted his own family. While the dead bodies pile up and his fiancée and children disappear, the chase for the culprits is on. As it progresses, readers will witness a confrontation on the top of a lighthouse and in the cellar of a shed where the detective will decide for the killer’s fate and find a new realization. Will he recover his fiancée and children and give justice to those who died?

Through Girls Like To Play, readers will experience goose bumps as they explore the mystery of darkness and will sense the smell of blood, rotting flesh, and death. This book is highly recommended to anyone who loves suspense. To unravel the mystery enfolding this novel, log on to

About the Author
Starr Reser was born and reared in North Carolina and resided in Arizona for a number of years. She is married to a retired Air Force Major and a mother of four. She retired in 2000 and in 2005, started a course in creative writing. She began writing Girls Like To Play in her second year of college and finished it over the next two years. Currently, she is writing another Tony Benson novel. It too is a suspense novel set in Arizona, The Arizona Hoodoos.

Girls Like To Play * by Starr Reser
Publication Date: March 20, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 286 pages; 978-1-4500-2462-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 286 pages; 978-1-4500-2463-1

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