Here it is, y’all, the cover for Shadows Fall, my romantic suspense novel coming June 10th from Wilde City Press:
For him, the whole world is a graveyard…
A gift—or curse—gives Titus McGinty the ability to talk to ghosts. He doesn’t want it, he only wants to be left alone to run his small coffee shop in the city. When Titus starts seeing the same few ghosts over and over, appearing with similar gruesome injuries, he begins to wonder what they want from him.
Detective Charlie Hale has a serial killer on his hands. On the loose for weeks, the Queen City Slayer has left the police nothing to go on, no forensic evidence other than what he wants found. The city is running out of time.
The crisis brings Titus and Charlie together, each offering the other a port in the storm. Then Titus stumbles upon a body and becomes embroiled in the investigation. He tries to use his ability to help but instead becomes a suspect himself. Their budding romance is tested as they are sucked into a web of underground laboratories, restive spirits, and religious fanaticism. They’ll have to work together to find the identity of the killer, who is preparing to take his next victim…Titus.
So there it is, guys! Feel free to tell me what you think. I’m extremely proud of both this cover and the novel itself. I can’t wait for everyone to read it. It’s the first novel I’ve done that takes place in my home city.
Anyway, if you want to enter the contest to win a signed paperback from yours truly, head on over to Pride Promotions or any of the participating blogs. Thanks!
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