Monday, October 21, 2013

Deathly Silent by Rick Gangraw

Synopsis 'Deathly Silent'

Erik Johnson was wronged fifteen years ago and it changed everything. He’s now back in town and on a mission of vengeance against those who set him up. He only remembers some of the details, but he knows enough to realize who ruined his career, his family, his life and that’s all that matters to him. One by one, his enemies die of ‘natural causes’, but Erik knows better.

He provides clues to Bill Ljunglof, a priest haunted by his own past, and Tami Anderson, a police officer whose greatest fears come alive in this case. They work together to determine who is giving them information on prominent people in the community who have died recently, and how they could be linked together. Meanwhile Erik finds that through intermittent memories, everything is not what it seems.

He seeks the companionship of his wife and daughter, who are everything to him, but his brief moments with them are not enough. As he pieces together what actually happened to him all those years ago, Erik can’t believe the revelations, nor can Bill or Tami, as they try to stop him from completing his plans for revenge.

'Deathly Silent' by award winning author Rick Gangraw is published by White Feather Press and is available now at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million and wherever books are sold. Visit Rick Gangraw's official website at www.RickGangraw.com for more details, appearances and events as well as future novels that are scheduled for release. Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/Rick.Gangraw.Author. His first novel, 'Secrets in the Ice' is now also available as an audio book on Amazon and Audible.com




 About the Author

Rick has an Author page on Amazon, GoodReads, and Book Daily as well, with a book trailer on all of those author pages, in addition to YouTube. Rick will be selling and signing his novels from 9:30 to 4:30 at the Fall Meet the Author Book Fair on Saturday, November 23, 2013, at the Eau Gallie Civic Center on Highland Avenue.

Rick lives with his wife and children on the East coast of Florida, and wishes that they could spend more time at his family’s cabin on a lake in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

He has traveled to over twenty-six different countries and visited almost all fifty states in the US. When he's not dabbling in fiction, Rick enjoys sports, hiking, kayaking, camping and researching family history.

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