Hello everyone. Today I have a treat for mystery and thriller lovers. Carlyle Clark brings to you the prologue and chapter one of his latest thrill-ride. There are several reviews you can also read on the tour (all links to which can be found at the bottom of this post).
Atticus Wynn and Rosemary Sanchez, newly engaged private investigators, have seen the dark and violent side of life. Nothing, though, has prepared them for an explosive murder investigation that threatens to tear their relationship apart as they struggle to solve a case that could leave them in prison or dead.
Atticus’s manipulative ex-girlfriend bursts back into their lives wielding a secret about Rosemary’s family that she exploits to force the couple into investigating the execution-style slaying of her lover. The case thrusts Atticus and Rosemary headlong into the world of human trafficking and drug smuggling, while rendering them pawns in Tijuana Cartel captain Armando Villanueva’s bloody bid to take over the cartel.
The Black Song Inside is a vivid crime thriller rife with murder and madness, melded with gallows humor and the heroism of two flawed and compelling protagonists who, if they can save themselves, may learn the nature of redemption and the ability to forgive
The Extended Excerpt
Read the Prologue & Chapter One
Carlyle Clark was raised in Poway, a city just north of San Diego, but is now a proud Chicagolander working in the field of Corporate Security and writing crime and fantasy fiction. He has flailed ineffectually at performing the writer’s requisite myriad of random jobs: pizza deliverer, curb address painter, sweatshop laborer, day laborer, night laborer, security guard, campus police, Gallup pollster, medical courier, vehicle procurer, and signature-for-petitions-getter.
He is a married man with two cats and a dog. He is also a martial arts enthusiast and a CrossFit endurer who enjoys fishing, sports, movies, TV series with continuing storylines, and of course, reading. Most inconsequentially, he holds the unrecognized distinction of being one of the few people in the world who have been paid to watch concrete dry in the dark. Tragically, that is a true statement.
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The Tour Stops
11/15 Review T B R
11/18 Review Room With Books
11/19 Review Books, Books, and More Books
11/21 Review deal sharing aunt
11/26 Review The Insane Ramblings of a Crazed Writer
12/5 Review Mommasez…
12/6 Review Pure Jonel
12/12 Review Little Red’s Book Reviews
*12/13 Shah Wharton’s WordsinSync *
12/13 Review Harlie’s Books
Amazon Review WilDersh
Amazon Review Grandbub
Amazon UK Review nholten40
Amazon Review B Farrell
Stop by and read the rest of the tour stops and reviews!