Saturday, April 07, 2007

Pg. 69: Michael Prescott's "Final Sins"

Today's feature at the Page 69 Test: Michael Prescott's Final Sins.

About the book, from the author's website:
A decade ago, artist Peter Faust murdered a woman and was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Today, unrepentant and living in Los Angeles, he's become a celebrity among the radical fringe. When one of his fans turns to stalking him, he hires rogue security consultant Abby Sinclair for protection. Unfortunately for Abby, her longtime adversary, FBI agent Tess McCallum, also gets drawn into the case.

Tess came face-to-face with Faust once before - and discovered the true meaning of evil. But both she and Abby have even more to learn. Because another series of murders has been uncovered ... because the stalker is no ordinary vigilante ... and because Faust has one more sin in which he has yet to indulge. And one final victim on his mind.
Among the praise for Prescott's series featuring Abby Sinclair and Tess McCallum:
"Michael Prescott is a master of suspense."
--The Daily Oklahoman

"Prescott is a master at the thriller genre."
--The Romance Readers Connection

"Stunning ... Prescott has created two of the fiercest and most commanding heroines to come along in a while... Simply fascinating ... Highly recommended."
--New Mystery Reader Magazine

"Fans of psychological thrillers can never go wrong with Prescott ... Thoroughly absorbing."
--Roundtable Reviews
Visit Michael Prescott's website and his blog.

The Page 69 Test: Final Sins.

--Marshal Zeringue