From MOSAICS, beginning of Chapter 8:
“What heated argument? We brainstormed over the next budget report, that’s all. Who gave you that kind of misinformation?”
“We prefer to ask the questions, Doctor,” Satish replied.
Dr. Fredrick Lyons walked fast and in long strides. A gaudy Hawaiian tie and the neon green of the reading glasses swinging from his neck intentionally clashed with his white-shirt, black-suit attire. He had longish gray locks, a short beard trimmed close to the jaw, and shrewd eyes that sized us up impatiently, yet found the time to linger over a nice pair of legs as we strode across the curving corridor back to the office suites. He looked too wealthy not to be opinionated, and too smart to be unpretentious.
The above is my Sunday snippet submission for the Weekend Writer Warriors (you can find the Snippet Sunday group on Facebook, too). Make sure you check out all Weekend Writer Warriors participants, it's a fun way to find forthcoming books -- all genres welcome, there's something for everyone's tastes.
Aaaaaand... drum roll, please ... MOSAICS is coming out in one week! I'm so excited and have lots of great news to share:
- MOSAICS will be at the special launch price of only $2.99 for a limited time only.
- In conjunction, CHIMERAS will be on sale too, last sale before I take it out of Kindle select, so grab it while you can -- sale will run from Sept 7 through the 13.
- The audio book for CHIMERAS will be available soon! I can't wait, you won't believe how good the narrator is!
- Come by on Sept 7th for a special MOSAICS release party and get the chance to win an Amazon $25 gift card, a signed copy of MOSAICS and two Kindle copies for the next two winners. Woo-hoo!
Book Description: Dubbed the Byzantine Strangler because of the mysterious mosaic tiles he leaves at the crime scene, a new serial killer is stalking the streets of Los Angeles. Racing to decipher the code encrypted in the tiles before the killer strikes again, Detective Track Presius faces a new challenge: the "awakened" genes that make his vision and olfactory sense so sharp are now taking a toll on his life. When a new set of tiles appears in his own backyard, Track makes a chilling realization: those very same genes that are threatening his life are drawing the Byzantine Strangler closer and closer. The line between hunter and hunted has suddenly blurred. Will Track be the next piece of the mosaic puzzle?