Virginia Beach, VA, March 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Georgia and Bentley fall in love in the spring of 1908 in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Neither has an inkling of how their relationship, tinged with betrayal, will ripple through lives for generations. Some say that God sculpted the magnificent mountain summits that make up the Blue Ridge Mountains, but if that’s the case, how can He turn His back when young women begin to disappear and a serial killer runs rampant?
Women of Summer, published by Dog Ear Publishing, follows the spellbinding story of a courageous sheriff determined to solve these senseless crimes, set against the backdrop of the blue-misted mountains. The killer, driven by a deviant motive only he can understand, leaves behind a grotesque scene each time he murders an innocent girl. The tension in town mounts with each killing, forcing the sheriff to his physical and psychological limits before the killer strikes again. This thriller combines nail-biting suspense with a tragic love story before the book’s heart-racing conclusion.
I.B. Wells was an FBI agent for 26 years before writing this book. This English major from Virginia Military Institute is a son of the Blue Ridge. He and his wife have two grown sons and live in Virginia Beach.
For more information, visit www.ibwells.com
Women Of Summer
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-160844-823-4 224 pages $14.99 US
Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.
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