I can’t believe another week is over. It seems like it was just January and we are almost back to winter. Not to mention that college football is here. One of my teams played last night and the other one plays tomorrow afternoon so that always makes for a great weekend.
Those are all the post from this week and next week’s is looking like it will be pretty much the same thing just different books. I hope you all have had a great week and I hope to see you back here next week!
Purified by Elizabeth S. Sullivan was a great book and reminded me that this is my favorite genre of books to read. From the minute I started reading this book I didn’t want to put it down. I had to keep reading because I felt like I was on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading. I love books like this because I want to keep reading even if my head is hurting. I get through this books so quick because of the fact that I have been known to stay up all night because I can’t put the book down and stop reading it. If you love thriller books I would recommend this book to you for sure because it won’t let down.
About The Book
Thriller / Noir
Date Published: November 27, 2014
Published By: Short on Time Books
When a mutilated body of an African American girl is found in a park sandbox, the media shows no interest. Instead, their attention is riveted on the disappearance of Olivia Safra, a college student and only child of the powerful and dangerous Richard Safra. Suspended ADA, Beck Oldman, demoted to a rookie PI is assigned her first cases to find a missing teenager and Olivia Safra.
Leads connect the murders to the Safra case. The investigation into her client’s private life reveals a dark side in the relationship between a father and daughter and exacts his wrath against Beck. More girls are found murdered, putting Beck in a race to stop a serial killer and stop her own client from destroying her.
PURIFIED is a thrilling story that explores many dark subjects, including what it does to those who have to live in the world of killers in order to stop them.
About The Author
Elizabeth S. Sullivan was born in Chicago and grew up in the LA area. Impassioned by social justice issues, inspired by her parents, she pursued teaching and earned a law degree. She has written five screenplays, one short. Her screenplays have placed or won such as: Nicholl, Austin, Page, and American Zoetrope. These recognitions garnered her a manager, Alexia Melocchi, Little Studio Films. Her first novel, PURIFIED, portrays a strong female protagonist in the genre of a noir thriller. Sullivan explores issues of race, gender, privacy in the cyber age. She has written several blogs on of women in fiction featured on Venture Galleries. She is busy working on the sequel to PURIFIED and a new screenplay.