In David Fingerman’s debut novel, Silent Kill, not only does Louise Miller have to deal with the good old boy mentality of the department, but she’s also a gay police officer who has to deal with harassment on a higher level. When one of her few friends on the force goes missing Miller investigates, despite her captain’s order to leave it to the detectives.
As Miller scours the precinct for any sign of the missing officer, Elias Boughton is on a psychopathic rampage. Kidnapping and murder are games he plays, blindly obeying a voice from his past.
I could not put this book down. It was very suspenseful and well written. Even Stephen King would be in awe of “the villian”. If you love suspense this is a must read. ~ Racegirl (Amazon)
“Silent Kill” got my attention on page one and by the end of the first chapter I was terrified and yet was unable to put the book down without knowing more. I felt the fear of the character as he come to realize he may not live to see another day. I felt like I was the one who was in danger. ~ C. Cowger (Gather)
David Fingerman sold his first short story in 1993. Since then he has not looked back. After leaving his job of 24 years in the court system, David decided to write full time and although still loves writing short stories, has switched his main focus to novel writing. In August 2010, L&L Dreamspell released his first novel, “Silent Kill.” It will soon be followed by “Spyder” and “Playing the Hand She’s Dealt.”
David is married and lives in Minneapolis.
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