Psychotic Killer Stars in New Thriller Set in the South; Book by Robert Davis and Tammy Merritt-Davis

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A killer serves as both victim and predator in this new thriller released by Dog Ear Publishing. He gets revenge on his abusive parents, but then he begins another deadly game, leading a local sheriff and assistant district attorney through an intricate maze. Past atrocities bubble up, and the assistant DA becomes swept up in the case, coming closer to an elusive memory that has the power to destroy her.

Dog Ear Publishing releases "Face the Sun" by Robert Davis and Tammay Merritt-Davis.

Evil comes in many forms, and Nathan Pomeroy serves as both victim and predator in this new thriller set in the South.

Evil comes in many forms, and Nathan Pomeroy serves as both victim and predator in this new thriller set in the South. This descendant of town founders gets his revenge on his abusive parents, but the damage has already been done to the soul of this man everyone considers “slow.” As Nathan begins another deadly game, this accomplished killer leads local Sheriff Buddy Chandler and Assistant District Attorney Roberta Austin through an intricate maze only his crazed mind can follow. Killing and mutilating a visiting family’s dog are only the start of a new nightmare.

As the action in Face the Sun moves from small-town Georgia to South Florida, Nathan listens to the screams in his head, dredging up memories of past indulgences as he recalls the killings in detail. Past atrocities bubble up and punishing Nathan for his crimes becomes personal for Buddy. Roberta seems especially affected by his crime, coming nearer to an elusive memory as she gets closer to knowing who and what her foe is. Swept up in the chase, Roberta unexpectedly finds herself not only engaged in prosecuting a killer but battling to keep her own sanity. The psychological chills continue until the final, shattering conclusion.

Author Robert Davis grew up in Miami and served as a homicide detective on the streets of South Florida, gaining extensive experience investigating violent crimes and deviant behavior. He has a master’s degree in psychology. Tammy Merritt-Davis, raised in Georgia, was a police officer for 10 years in South Florida before beginning a healthcare management career. She is working on a degree in business administration. They are working on their next book in the Pomeroy legacy, Watching the Moon.

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Robert Davis and Tammy Merritt-Davis

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-145750-496-9                        392 pages                         $17.95 US

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