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A short introduction
Detective Max Larkin of the Rockton PD is flying high: he has just solved his third huge case in a year, has been asked to join the FBI, and everyone wants a piece of him. Not to mention that he's with the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with. But then someone with a very personal grudge against him begins murdering people he knows and loves in gruesome ways, and it takes all his strength, skill and intelligence to face the challenge, and bring in the most twisted and disturbed individual he has ever encountered. Vividly imagined and skillfully executed, Slashtag is a tightly plotted, suspenseful psychological thriller, shot through with flashes of dark genius and macabre insight into the darker reaches of the human soul. It will leave you gripping the edge of your seat with anticipation and fear. Not advisable for the squeamish.
Perhaps you wouldn't characterize the Finance Manager of your local automobile dealership as an Amazon best-selling author"”until you get to know Todd Thiede. He has worked for the past decade at Elmhurst Toyota, but Thiede is in the driver's seat as the writer of a murder mystery series featuring his hero Detective, Max Larkin. "Time Killer," which Kirkus Reviews deemed "a fast-paced thriller" that will "keep crime and thriller fans wrapped up in its twisting plot, fast pace and memorable detective," "Lies To Die For" ( the second book in the series which reached No. 1 on Amazon in the "Murder Mystery and Serial Killer" categories) and "Miss Me?" (the third book in the Max Larkin Detective Series and highest rated murder mystery on amazon.com) are available on Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and Kobo.com.
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