Posted for Book Blurb Friday, wherein
Lisa Ricard Claro of Writing in the Buff posts a photo as inspiration and invites us to
Write a book jacket blurb (150 words or less) so enticing that
potential readers would feel compelled to buy the book.
To see how other writer-bloggers responded to the prompt photo, please click
The car had been abandoned for weeks and the windows and mirrors were completely iced over. Between the window and rearview mirror, a spider had meticulously woven a web which exactly reflected the pattern of the shattered windshield.
When police finally found the car and opened it, they found inside a body which exactly reflected the work of the serial killer known as Spiderman.
Would the Ontario Provincial Police be able to solve the mysterious killings, or would they need the help of the famous horsemen known to the world as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?
Best-selling author Guelph Haliburton, known for his five previous OPP novels, reveals a procedural flaw in his latest work: Ingersoll Marathon. Available in bookstores and at Amazon.ca.