The Surreal Killer

The Surreal Killer
Machu Picchu. Peru

Monday, February 2, 2015


I’m very close to my 1,000th copy sold of The Surreal Killer.  Let’s have some fun with a little contest.  Buy the book and PM me on Facebook ( or e-mail me with the date and time you bought the book and your e-mail address.  If your purchase information matches the Amazon real-time report and you are the lucky reader who purchased copy #1,000, I’ll e-mail or message you back.  Pick any of the other books in the series and I’ll send you free copies of any one novel of your choice, the novella “The Body in the Bed”, and the anthology of short stories “Five Quickies for Roger and Suzanne”.  If there’s a tie, both winners will get the books.

A serial killer is leaving a trail of dead women across Chile, Peru, and Bolivia.  The gruesome corpses all seem to have died in exactly the same macabre way.  There may be a link to a small group of scientists who meet annually in different locations in the region. Roger Bowman and Suzanne Foster are asked by the local police to attend this year’s meeting of the group in Lima, Peru to try to find out who was present at the previous meetings when the murders occurred.  And the reader is off on a fast paced pursuit of the killer through Lima, Cuzco, and Machu Picchu in Peru and Chile’s Atacama Desert.  This Indie Book of the day Award winning psychological thriller is a true whodunit mystery novel set in an unusual and exotic locale.  Readers new to the series can enjoy this book as a stand-alone introduction to the region and to the series characters.

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