BRADENTON, Fla. (PRWEB) August 12, 2012
With the same palpable thrill and fast-paced subplots of her first two books, The Secret Keepers and The Truth Keepers, author Mary Grant delivers an equally satisfactory volume in The Justice Keepers, the third piece in the Keepers Series.
In the first and second suspenseful installments, Amelia Kent is haunted by a murky past and tortured with multiple personalities. Yet she is blessed with a husband that would die a hundred deaths for her to live free of pain and terror. In The Justice Keepers, the race is on in finding out the true identity of the sadistic serial killer, also known as the Boston Harbor Killer who incidentally has close ties with her family. Twisting the details of the story even more, the FBI and Boston Homicide Division have evidence that Amelia could be the killer.
It looks like the fears of the people that Amanda holds dear are coming true. Has she become what her brother said that she would be – a vessel of death?
Grant has made sure that readers will be at the edge of their seats from start to finish in The Justice Keepers. Told in riveting detail and filled with action, intrigue and speculation, this third installment is all at once highly engaging, psychologically riveting and stunningly memorable. Readers can also look forward to the author’s fourth and upcoming book.
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About the Author
Mary Grant graduated from Stratham Technical College in New Hampshire with a degree in accounting. She was always driven by the need to write and would spend hours at night creating stories and scripts, all of the treasures hidden away when they were finished. She lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida with her husband and two dogs. The idea for The Secret Keepers and the sequel, The Truth Keepers, originated from a dream on Christmas night and the manuscripts wrote themselves from there.
The Justice Keepers * by Mary Grant
Publication Date: March 9, 2012
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