BOOK: Blood Ribbon
AUTHOR: Roger Bray
GENRE: Mystery, Suspense
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A blood curdling book with a suspenseful climax, BLOOD RIBBON by ROGER BRAY is a story surrounded by mystery, suspense and a serial killer.
Brooke Adams has been through a lot since a child, an orphan, a runaway; she has built her life from scratch. She is now making a fresh start after going through changes. You would think that she has paid her due to life and it would be smooth sailing from now on. Little does she know, the worst is yet to come. She goes to a beach to unwind where she is attacked and buried alive. She somehow survives the incident and from there on starts the quest to find a serial killer who has apparently been preying on other women as well for years.
Witness a story of heartache, friendship, suspense; and a climax that will leave you shook. The book transfers you in a whole different world of suspense and mystery, where you will be flipping page fast in order to find out who the culprit is.
The book is a testament to the author’s fine writing and his talent to spin a mystery that keeps readers engaged in every line, in every page and in every chapter. The book is written brilliantly and make the readers crave for more.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
(in the words of the author himself)
I have always loved writing; putting words onto a page and bringing characters to life. I can almost feel myself becoming immersed into their lives, living with their fears and triumphs. Thus, my writing process becomes an endless series of questions. What would she or he do, how would they react, is this in keeping with their character? Strange as it sounds, I don’t like leaving characters in cliffhanging situations without giving them an ending, whichever way it develops.
My life to date is what compels me to seek a just outcome, the good will overcome and the bad will be punished. More though, I tend to see my characters as everyday people in extraordinary circumstances, but in which we may all find our selves if the planets align wrongly or for whatever reason you might consider.
Of course, most novels are autobiographical in some way. You must draw on your own experiences of life and from events you have experienced to get the inspiration. My life has been an endless adventure. Serving in the Navy, fighting in wars, serving as a Police officer and the experiences each one of those have brought have all drawn me to this point, but it was a downside to my police service that was the catalyst for my writing.
Medically retired after being seriously injured while protecting a woman in a domestic violence situation I then experienced the other side of life. Depression and rejection. Giving truth to the oft said saying that when one door closes another opens I pulled myself up and enrolled in college gaining bachelor and master degrees, for my own development rather than any professional need. The process of learning, of getting words down onto the page again relit my passion for writing in a way that I hadn’t felt since high school.
So here we are, two books published and another on track.
Where it will take me I have no idea but I am going to enjoy getting there and if my writing can bring some small pleasure into people’s lives along the way, then I consider that I will have succeeded in life.