Halloween is coming and to celebrate I'm giving away 31 signed hardcovers of my spooky thriller BOOK OF SHADOWS.
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And if you don't want to wait, BOOK OF SHADOWS is available on as an e book in the UK, Germany,
France, Italy and Spain, for $3.99 in the US, £1.31 on Amazon.uk, and €3.21 on
Amazon.de, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it, and Amazon.es.
“A wonderfully dark thriller with amazing is-it-isn't-it suspense all the way to the end. Highly recommended.”---Lee Child
detective Adam Garrett is already a rising star in the Boston police
department when he and his cynical partner, Carl Landauer, catch a
horrifying case that could make their careers: the ritualistic murder of
a wealthy college girl that appears to have Satanic elements.
partners make a quick arrest when all evidence points to another
student, a troubled musician in a Goth band who was either dating or
stalking the murdered girl. But Garrett’s case is turned upside down
when beautiful, mysterious Tanith Cabarrus, a practicing witch from
nearby Salem, walks into the homicide bureau and insists that the real
perpetrator is still at large. Tanith claims to have had psychic visions
that the killer has ritually sacrificed other teenagers in his attempts
to summon a powerful, ancient demon.
beliefs about the nature of reality will be tested as he is forced to
team up with a woman he is fiercely attracted to but cannot trust, in a
race to uncover a psychotic killer before he strikes again.
frightening and exceptionally well-written, Book of Shadows is destined
to become another hit for acclaimed horror and suspense writer
Sokoloff. The incredibly tense plot and mysterious characters will keep
readers up late at night, jumping at every sound, and turning the pages
until they've devoured the book." --- Romantic Times Book Reviews, 4
"Sokoloff successfully melds a classic murder-mystery/whodunit with supernatural occult undertones." --- Library Journal
Sokoloff (The Unseen) does a good job keeping the reader guessing
whether a supernatural agency is really at work." - Publishers Weekly