First off, thank you for your recent purchase of Protect Whom? The mere idea that the thoughts that used to solely belong in my head are now free in the world, to be read on your Kindle screen is both scary and invigorating.
But I want to make a public authorial apology. I am sorry that I released Protect Whom? into your hands with as one reviewer has put it, "shoddy proofreading." I have heard back from a few of you that there are a few glaring typos. For that, I am deeply sorry. Nothing is more jarring while reading a book than an error that is so blatant, you have to stop to figure out what the author was trying to say.
So, here is my promise. By the end of March, I will have a polished version of Protect Whom? on Amazon. From now till then, I will make sure Protect Whom? reads perfectly, with no typos or errors.
I ask that come the end of March, that you refund your purchase of Protect Whom? and purchase the cleaned, beautifully proofread Protect Whom? for your reading pleasure.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Adam Sharpe must lead his team to unravel a string of gruesome murders in Bensen, a quant farming community in Colorado. The residents of Bensen, led by their charismatic mayor Aaron Schwimmer, attempt to close the case without FBI intervention. The Bensenites’ determination to catch the local serial killer they’ve dubbed “The Midnight Murderer” devolves into a deadly witch-hunt. Sharpe and his BAU team must step in to reinstate law and order. Unfortunately, the reveal of marital infidelity and the unraveling of Sharpe’s sanity threaten to both derail the Bensen investigation and Sharpe’s personal life.