It was only three months since the Poison Killer was captured, and life was finally returning to normal.
Then a serial killer, driven by the voices of his dead victims, charged into the 7-Eleven and gunned a man down in cold blood.
For the forensic artist, Annie Kingston, it was déjà vu all over again.
Following the success of BRINK OF DEATH, STAIN OF GUILT and DEAD OF NIGHT (Hidden Faces Series), you would think that writing a bestselling sequel would be a tough act to follow. But, nobody writes seatbelt suspense like Brandilyn Collins, and WEB OF LIES is proof that she has plenty of tricks left up her sleeves.
Few writers are as prolific as Brandilyn Collins and she has a full bookshelf to prove it. Be sure to check out A QUESTION OF INNOCENCE, and then CAST A ROAD BEFORE ME, COLOR THE SIDEWALK FOR ME and CAPTURE THE WIND FOR ME (Bradleyville Series). And don’t forget EYES OF ELISHA and DREAD CHAMPION (Chelsea Adams Series). She even has a book on writing.
Brandilyn Collins also graciously supplied me with an advance review copy of VIOLET DAWN (it ROCKS). But that is a topic for another day.
If you don’t already have WEB OF LIES, you can get it at Amazon.
Be sure to drop by her blog. Don’t miss the testimony of her healing. In many ways , her miracle mirrored my own.