I'm excited to announce I'll be participating in the promotional release event for Ty Hutchinson's novel Corktown! Huge thank you and shout out to AtoMR Tours for hosting and organizing this awesome event. It was released on October 20th and can be purchased here on Amazon, if you'd like to learn more about this book check it out on Goodreads or check out my post bellow including an excerpt from the book and a special giveaway for US and INT readers!
The Doctor Is Back.
In the quiet Corktown neighborhood of Detroit, a mutilated body has the residents nervous and for good reason. Detroit Metro Police recognize the handiwork of the serial killer known as the Doctor. But there’s a problem with that. They locked him up seven years ago.
Because of her expertise with serial killers, former hotshot detective and now FBI agent, Abby Kane, is tasked with figuring out how this madman is able to kill again. When she visits The Doctor behind bars, he swears he’s innocent and not the psychopath everyone thinks he is. Oddly enough, Abby believes him.
Corktown dives headfirst into the grit of Detroit, exposing the government corruption and deadly violence that has haunted the city for decades.
I absolutely love this excerpt. I really want to read this book, it sounds really gruesome and interesting and I love authors who don't try to put a censor on everything. What do you guys think?
The first recognizable sign was an overbearing, metallic smell. The second sign
was unavoidable. The crimson substance was everywhere: pooled on the patio tiles,
dripping from the tables and chairs, soaked into the lawn, and smeared inside the bounce
house. In some of the areas where multiple bodies congregated, the puddles were still
splash-worthy. Preston sat quietly on the patio chair, admiring his handiwork. A total of twenty-
two bodies lay strewn about the backyard. Blood dotted Preston’s face and clothing. The
grin on his face still stretched from one side to the other. He had finished them all off, starting with the parents. From there, he moved on to the fourteen children. They were easy surprisingly, even his own. The last to go was his wife. He still held onto the scalpel he used. In his other hand, he gripped his wife’s hair, holding her head up. Her neck had been opened from one end clear across to the other side. Blood still dripped onto the cement. It was the only sound, except for the buzzing of flies.
Are you interested in reading this book? Enter for a chance to win some really awesome prizes! For US READERS ONLY we have three signed paperback copies of Corktown up for grabs. For INTERNATIONAL READERS we have a $50 dollars Amazon Gift Card and 5 ebook copies of Corktown up for grabs. Good luck to all that enter.
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