Sunday, November 16, 2014

Mystery of the Month: Deadly Odds


Two worlds collide in this ‘edge of your seat’ thriller.


Nathaniel Collier, an Atlanta, Georgia, bounty hunter, finds himself in perilous danger as he hunts down the notorious “Mad Dog Consuelos’.  As Collier draws near, Consuelos strikes again leaving behind a bloody path of violence.  Collier along with Mad Dog’s ex-lover and daughter take the brunt of the assault. However, after weeks in the hospital, Collier and the seven-year-old daughter manage to survive.


Meanwhile, Reid Langley, an officer with Atlanta PD, decides to leave the violent city behind and take a cushy job as Sheriff in the small town of Hayden, Wyoming.  All appears to go as uneventful as planned until a serial killer shows up to wreak havoc on the safe haven Reid is determined to protect.  Just when he thinks he has all that he can handle, he finds himself harboring his old friend, a nurse, and an innocent young girl.


The race is on as this group of characters embark on a race against time to locate a serial killer and to track down the elusive Consuelos before he can take his revenge.




Kim Carter, mother of three adult children, lives in Atlanta with her husband and three retired greyhounds.  A graduate of Saint Leo University, she is now a full time writer. She dedicates her times to her family, numerous greyhound rescues, and writing suspense novels.  

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5 comments:

  1. This sounds like a pretty exciting story! Thank you for sharing comments about it.
    Marja McGraw

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    1. Marja,
      I really enjoyed reading "Deadly Odds" and I'm pretty sure you would too. :)

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  2. Pat, it sounds like you'rfe featuring yet another thriling story. How am I supposed to keep up reading all these great books?

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    1. Believe me, Lesley, I know what you mean but isn't it fun? I never have to search for a good mystery.

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  3. Deadly Odds sounds like a great read.

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