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Darkest Night

Darkest Night

by Bill Craig

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After catching a brutal serial killer known as The Butterfly Killer in The Butterfly Tattoo, Joe Collins walked away from being a cop. In Paradise Lost, his former partner lures Joe back into police work to solve a string of serial kidnappings. But what happened to Joe in between? After a sound man is murdered on a movie set in Thousand Islands State Park, Joe is hired to find out who killed him and why. What he finds is that in the movie business, nothing is what it seems. A movie based on a teen literary series titled Darkest Night, steeped in voodoo lore is suddenly under attack by a mad voodoo priest who will stop at nothing to make sure the film is DOA before it can finish filming, and Joe Collins might be the only one who can track the madman down and stop him before more dead bodies show up...

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BN ID: 2940158047008
Publisher: Absolutely Amazing Ebooks
Publication date: 12/30/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 172 KB

About the Author

Darkest Night was originally going to be the second Joe Collins book, but it was taking him too far away from what he had started out as. His character has evolved in this single story, but it evolved a lot more in Paradise Lost, and in that book it evolved for the better, plus it got Joe Collins back to being what he is best at, being a cop. At this point I was already doing two private investigator series and while Joe Collins is licensed for that in this story, it wasn’t something that sat well with him. That’s what got this story laid aside and why Paradise Lost became the second Joe Collins mystery.
But finally, while sitting at home on a fall night watching the first season DVD of the original Hawaii Five-O, I got inspired to pick this story up again. As I re-read it, I realized that it would make a better novella than a novel and you hold the finished product in your hands. I thank you for investing your time as a reader in entering the world of Joe Collins until I find a big enough threat for his next case, probably a serial killer of some sort.
Thanks again,
Bill Craig
New Castle, IN 2014

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