By Roger Stelljes
Award successful writer, Roger Stelljes, offers a secret that's the moment publication within the McRyan secret sequence (FIRST CASE - prequel novella, THE ST. PAUL CONSPIRACY - number one McRyan Series). Stelljes' shiny characters, his reward for GRITTY and actual discussion (slang/jargon/behind the scenes dialog), in addition to his uncanny feel of position and time, will positioned you in the midst of the motion permitting you to believe the desperation of Mac McRyan and his fellow detectives.
Vince Flynn has defined Roger Stelljes as "A strong new mystery voice."
Fans of John Sandford, David Baldacci and James Patterson will take pleasure in this fast-moving tale of homicide, greed, and treason, the solid of colourful characters, and its atmosphere in and round old St. Paul, Minnesota.
AWARDS, compliment AND REVIEWS:
"Deadly Stillwater" used to be named the Midwest e-book Awards Winner - style Fiction for the Midwest self sustaining Publishers (MIPA) booklet Awards.
"On the sting of your seat reading... holds you captive till until you achieve the very end." NYBrat on Amazon - 5 STARS
"Chock jam-packed with suspense, a good speedy learn! Don't begin if you can't end it!" KDP on Amazon - 5 STARS
"Well conceived thriller... I loved the booklet sufficient to learn it twice." Cutfade on Amazon - 5 STARS
"Pleasantly shocked! The characters have been attention-grabbing and the suspense stored expanding as I stepped forward into the publication. i glance ahead to extra books through this author... good done!" Rebap on Amazon - 5 STARS
Deadly Stillwater delivers...
GRITTY and actual DIALOGUE... backstage banter & slang of the detectives.
VIVID but QUIRKY CHARACTERS... likeable characters faults and all.
A tale THAT BUILDS...with clues that places you in the course of the action.
An abduction is simply the start in a case of betrayal and revenge that would eventually strike on the soul of the St. Paul Police Department.The ruggedly good-looking Mac McRyan, a fourth-generation cop, is confronted with a classy brazen sunlight hours kidnapping, a media typhoon surrounding the case, and political scrutiny. it's a case of betrayal and revenge that might finally strike on the soul of the St. Paul Police division. From the searing streets of St. Paul to the murky waters of the St. Croix River, lethal STILLWATER is a publication you won't manage to placed down until eventually its final gripping minute.
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She was about thirty-five. Her hair, sloppily gathered into a ponytail, had once been blond and was now dyed a reddish brown. A shade probably called “mahogany,” Berit guessed. Her left eye was slightly walleyed. She wasn’t wearing any makeup, and there was something naked about her face. She was very tired. She gripped the counter behind her back with her hands. “You must be Berit. I also saw the name Justus downstairs. ” Berit Jonsson nodded. ” She shook her head. “You have reported John as missing,” Beatrice said, then hesitated for a moment before continuing, even though she had quietly planned it out.
Berit shook her head, gently at first, almost imperceptibly, then more forcefully. She opened her mouth very slowly and a strand of saliva ran out of the corner of her mouth. Beatrice’s words were taking root, burrowing into her consciousness. She stiffened, not moving a muscle, unreachable during the time that the message about her John sank in, that he was never going to come home again, never hug her, never walk into the kitchen, never do anything again. She made no resistance when Beatrice put her arms around her shoulders, led her away to the chair by the window, and sat down across from her.
Her girlish languor had been replaced by a heavyset fatigue. Get off! Vincent Hahn bored his eyes into her head. When the bus passed the building that in his day had been Uno Lantz’s junk store but now housed modern offices, he had an idea. Sick, so fucking sick, he thought. But damned good. He laughed out loud. The Iranian turned and smiled. “You have dandruff,” Vincent said. The Iranian nodded and his smile widened. “Dandruff,” Vincent said more loudly. Gunilla and a handful of the other passengers turned around.