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Echoes of Terror Hardcover – March 22, 2017
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From the Back Cover
When Maris Soule writes dark, she does it right. The pace and writing will keep you turning pages. And the twist at the end? I didn't see it coming. Do yourself a favor and read this thriller now.
--Libby Fischer Hellmann, author of the Georgia Davis PI series
"P.J.'s third (As the Crow Flies, 2011, etc.) provides plenty of suspects and motives while delving deeper into a fraught romantic relationship."
About the Author
Maris Soule was born and raised in California. She taught 7th- 12th grade art and math for eight years, but always had stories running through her head, begging to be written. After marrying and moving to Michigan, Soule quit teaching to raise their two children. With her husband's encouragement, she decided to try writing those stories down. So far she's had four mysteries (three in the P. J. Benson series and one stand alone) and twenty-five category romances published, several winning awards or being short listed. The Soules now live in Michigan in the summer and Florida in the winter. She writes a weekly blog on writing (http://marissoule.com/blog/ ) and is on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. For more information, visit her at http://MarisSoule.com.
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I would have liked deeper characterisations for some of the minor characters e.g. Officer Gordon and Tom. But this is far and away the best suspense I've read in a month or two because its wide-eyed beginning tugs the reader in till it's too deep to get out. 5 stars.