Thursday, February 21, 2008

Letter Twenty-One

February 21, 2008

Dear Editor:

What do natural disasters and a serial killer have in common? Violence. Upheaval. And the USGS.

Please consider my thriller, STORM OF BLOOD.

Jake Storm lived through sixteen natural disasters as a kid, but bearing witness to the horrors that tornadoes and earthquakes wrought has changed him. And not for the better.
A need for blood sends this USGS scientist around the world wherever disaster strikes. Where
he strikes, too, using a unique weapon, a thirty-year-old spork gleaned from a disaster relief cart.

But when Mike Obermeyer, a cagy New Orleans detective, begins to notice similarities between the much published serial murders and world events, Mike and Jake’s two worlds will collide.

Please consider STORM OF BLOOD before Jake writes a sequel, SPORK OF HOPE.


U.S. Writer


Shira said...

Dear U.S. Writer,
The USGS had me laughing out loud. Well, that and the 'spork of hope.'
rock on, dude!

Anonymous said...

I am laughing so f*ing hard I can't write! A serial killer on a spree with a spork. I would buy that.

U.S. Writer said...

Your words give me hope. While a 30 year old spork might be an unusual weapon, guns and knives have been 'done.'

U.S. Writer