“Two worlds collide in this edge of your seat thriller.”
Georgia bounty hunter Nathaniel Collier finds himself in perilous danger as he hunts down the notorious Mad Dog Consuelos.
As Nathaniel draws near, Consuelos strikes again leaving behind a bloody path of violence. Collier, along with Gracie, Mad Dog’s daughter, take the brunt of the assault, leaving them struggling to survive for weeks in the hospital.
Meanwhile, Atlanta PD officer Reid Langley decides to leave the violent city behind and take a cushy job as Sheriff in the small town of Hayden, Wyoming. All appears to go as uneventful as planned until a serial killer shows up to wreak havoc on the safe haven Reid is determined to protect. Just when he thinks he has all that he can handle, Reid finds himself harboring his old friend, a nurse, and an innocent young girl.
The battle is on as this group of characters embark on a race against time to locate a serial killer and to track down the elusive Consuelos before he can take his revenge.
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Kim Carter is an award-winning author of suspense, mystery and thriller novels.
She was a finalist for the 2018 Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award and a recipient of the 2017 TCK Publishers’ Readers’ Choice Award for her book Murder Among The Tombstones. This is the first book in her Clara and Iris Mystery series. The characters in this series are a couple of overly curious widows who become private investigators. These funny women were inspired by Kim’s mother and her mom’s best friend.
Her other titles include Sweet Dreams, Baby Belle, When Dawn Never Comes, Deadly Odds, No Second Chances, and her latest, And The Forecast Called For Rain.
Kim’s writing career started after she suffered an illness that made her housebound for a couple of years. An avid reader of mystery novels herself, she embarked on writing as a means of filling her time. She began to share those early writings with friends and family who encouraged her to pursue writing professionally. Her health struggles and successes have been chronicled on The Lifetime Television in early 2000, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Women’s Day Magazine, and Guidepost.
Prior to her illness, Kim worked in many different capacities in county government as her “Day Job,” but ultimately, it was her job as a correctional officer that provided her the opportunities to talk and interact with a diverse group of people. Her experiences ran the gamete of inspiring success stories to tragic endings, much like her mysteries.
She self-published her first book No Second Chances. One of the guest speakers at the launch party she had at the Performing Arts Center in Newnan, Georgia included her close friend retired Atlanta Police Chief Eldrin Bell. This connection would become helpful as she started doing more research for other books, this time working with a small publishing house.
Kim began networking and made connections with numerous homicide detectives, medical examiners, and prison officials. Her research has taken her many places including morgues, death row, and the occasional midnight visit to cemeteries.
Kim is a college graduate of Saint Leo University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She and her husband have three successful grown children and reside just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
“I enjoy that my book research takes me on midnight visits to old graveyards.”