Detective Is Driven by Recurring Sign to Rescue Girl

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A young detective must answer the call in Jim Ivy’s new book “Stop Raping Sally

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In Jim Ivy’s new urban thriller novel Stop Raping Sally (published by iUniverse) his protagonist has to race against both time and her own past to solve a terrible crime.

Novice detective Jamie Bell was forced to kill a madman during a shootout in a crowded bar; now she sees things that aren’t there, including a message written everywhere she looks – even in her dreams. The message says, “Stop Raping Sally.” But who is Sally? And why can’t anyone else see the message?

The more Jamie learns about the man she killed, the more she thinks he might have something to do with the elusive “Sally.” According to his girlfriend, the madman kidnapped and sold a young girl just days before Jamie killed him. Could this young girl be Sally?

Even as she traces this lead, Jamie is forced to keep asking herself another important question: is she losing her mind? Self-doubt begins to cloud Jamie’s judgment. Maybe being a detective is too much for her. Maybe she’s not cut out for this line of work.

Or maybe she’s just the person to find Sally and save her life. Could the shooter be the one responsible for Sally’s abuse?

How will Jamie find the young girl, now that her abductor is dead?

About the Author
Jim Ivy didn’t begin writing until his late 30s. He has been married to his wife Kimberly for 31 years, and they have two grown children. With his children grown Ivy now has time to pursue his passion: writing. Stop Raping Sally is his first book. He currently lives in Oklahoma.

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