(PRWEB) September 12, 2017
Joshua Martin, a full-time student working toward his associate degree in sociology and social work, has completed his new book “Blood Letters”: an exciting story on a detective chasing after a vengeful serial killer who leaves clues after killing her victims.
Author Martin introduces the killer as someone who is not a monster in her past: “She gazed into the well-lit bathroom mirror, longing to see the girl within the woman she had become, the girl who giggled at Saturday morning cartoons, who blushed when a cute boy spoke to her, and who absolutely loved to live life. However, that little girl died a long time ago. Now, when she gazed into the reflective surface, all that stared back at her was the monster inside a scared carcass. The dark side that, for some, doesn’t exist; for others, it comes with the change of the wind, yet for others, more cursed than their fellow man. The darkness oozes from their pores. For the woman in the mirror hadn’t any options, the creature came and went as it so pleased. Though she and the creature shared a body, they had different mind-sets, different agendas, along with different abilities in the art of life. The woman craved fame; the creature, on the other hand, craved vengeance with nothing more than the spatter of crimson.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Joshua Martin’s enthralling work also engages readers to look at both point of views and encounters of Detective Lynn Pocker and the serial killer as these are interchanged throughout the book.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Blood Letters” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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About Page Publishing:
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