Please help me welcome this afternoon’s guest, Jaye Marie, witha review of her book, Out of Time. I know you’ll enjoy this one, and will help Jaye get the word out by sharing everywhere on your social media. Thanks!
I hadn’t read the previous novel about Kate, so knew nothing about her, but Kate knows nothing about herself either when she wakes up. This is a thriller with no heroes, the Snowman is desperate to help her and it seems at last he can, but it is not to be. If this was a television thriller the Snowman would save the day, but the story becomes more complex. We follow the killer’s thoughts as well as the other main characters, an advantage of books over screens. The reader will never sympathise, but we might comprehend what’s going on in Jack’s mind. Michael is another character who we think might save the day, but he is a mix of flaws and must face up to the grief he has caused the woman he loved and the other woman who loves him. This is not a novel for the faint hearted; what starts as a mystery of unconnected murders is also the story of those unfotunate enough to be in the path of a killer or know his intended victim. We know from the news that bizarre killings can occur when a murderer becomes obsessed and this murderer is obsessed with Kate.
Kate wakes up in hospital, unable to speak or move.
Her brain has shut down, refusing to acknowledge the horror of what happened to her.
With the help of Detective Snow, Kate will gradually put her life back together, only to discover her nightmare is far from being over.
A nightmare that must become worse before it can get better.
Haunted by his own demons, will the Snowman manage to catch the twisted killer before he gets to Kate?
Evil lurks in this story as people die, but amidst the tears and heartache, a lost love struggles to survive…
BUY Out of Time HERE
Author Jaye Marie
My name is Jaye Marie, the ‘oily rag’ of the establishment https://jenanita01.com and usually, I prefer to stay in the background.
Since we decided to publish our books ourselves, most of my other interests have had to take a back seat, and as I am not half as clever as I want to be, they may well have to leave the country for a while. Well, some of them can but not all. I have a Bonsai collection that demands my attention in the growing season, or they will die, so no ignoring them! (It is a bit like having children…)
I always prefer to be busy, although I did think that now I am 74, I might be able to relax a bit more. I don’t think that will happen, far too much going on and I’m too nosey. I have to be doing or looking or trying something new. I make plans in my head, knowing that I am probably wasting my time, but I just can’t help it.
For someone who loathes computers, I think I have learnt an awful lot. Not that much really, when you consider how much I still don’t know. But as long as there is life in this old body, I will keep on trying, and you never know, our books might just be a little famous one day!
It won’t be for the lack of trying, believe me!
Reach Jaye Marie on Social Media below:
Jaye’s email firstname.lastname@example.org
Author Page https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jaye-Marie/e/B00O2ZUFOK/
Amazon Buy Link for Out of Time