MACKAY, Queensland. (PRWEB) November 19, 2011
In The Dead Winds, Robyn J. Geiger weaves a story of drama and intrigue that slowly unravels into a riveting whodunit murder mystery.
A group of eight students are eager to take a break from the hubbub of university life. Sam, a law student and the oldest of the bunch, is especially looking forward to having a vacation after feeling depressed over a love affair that did not work out quite well. Unfazed by news of a coming cyclone and thunderstorms, all of them decide to go on a camping trip to Cape Purity, a popular beach resort out of town. However, the bad weather is not the only thing they have to worry about during their stay.
An encounter with someone from her past leaves Sam distraught and the already volatile situation becomes the backdrop of an appalling murder. The gripping storyline, shady characters and generous dose of twists and surprises seamlessly blend together to make The Dead Winds a definite page-turner.
Imbued with dramatic undertones, The Dead Winds is a suspenseful book that will have readers guessing until the last shocking revelation is made.
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Robyn J Geiger is an obsessive reader of mystery novels, her favorite Authors being, James
Patterson, Patricia Cornwell & J.D. Robb. Embarking on a writing career has been the most exciting challenge Robyn has embarked upon in a long time. A divorcee, Robyn has 4 sons, all married and 4 grand children that she classifies as ‘the lights of my life’. She works full time as Business Manager, is a Member of the Australian Counseling Assoc., a Marriage Celebrant, holds a Local Ministers Licence, Justice of the Peace, and was named Citizen of the Year 2000, in her home town, Mackay.
The Dead Winds * by Robyn J. Geiger
Publication Date: October 18, 2011
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