Saturday, January 21, 2006

PALE IMMORTAL by Anne Frasier

The world of best selling author Anne Frasier is not perfect, and that's what so engaging about it. When a killer stalks in the shadows, the people sent to catch him are never Sherlock Holmes. There are no clipped British accents, no ingenius exercises of logic, no intricate chess matches ending in checkmate. Anne's heros are haunted, conflicted, barely able to function under the onslaught of their own demons. Very often, the killer senses this vulnerability, and the hunt and danger become personal.

Later this year, Anne will release her fifth thriller, PALE IMMORTAL, which is set in a sleepy Wisconsin town haunted by events of 100 years ago, when a man who may have been a vampire slaughtered the town's citizens and drank their blood. Now, another murderer is killing the most vulnerable...and draining their bodies of blood. Having escaped Tuonela's mysterious pull for several years, Rachel Burton is now back in town, filling in as coroner. Even as she seeks to identify the killer, and uncover the source of the evil that seems to pervade the town, she is drawn to a power she's helpless to understand or resist.

Treat yourself to the video for the book HERE.

For a more full description of the story, visit ANNE'S WEBSITE, or even better, drop by and say hello at HER BLOG.

Look for the release September 2006. In the meantime, pick up HUSH, SLEEP TIGHT, PLAY DEAD, and WHEN I WAKE and support a great writer.


Robin Caroll said...

The video is awesome! :)

Rachel Vincent said...

Hmmm. Sounds pretty interesting.

jason evans said...

Robin, yes, and done by her daughter, no less!!

Rachel, thanks for stopping by! Anne is a great writer and a great person.

Joanne D. Kiggins said...

You've peeked my interest. Looks like I'll be adding yet another author to my list before going to the bookstore. Thanks for the heads up.

Kelly Parra said...

Wow, you did great here, Jason!! If I wasn't already fan, you'd have convinced me. ;D

anne frasier said...

jason, thanks so much for helping to get the word out about my video. :) and thanks for the wonderful description of my writing -- and especially of my characters. i've had to take some crap for those characters, so your comments serve the validate the stand i've taken on flawed character issues.


jason evans said...

Joanne, you won't regret it!

Kelly, thanks. ;)

Anne, you're welcome! This post was the least I could do. You create dark and intriguing worlds. I greatly enjoy diving into them! Your characters are what keep me hooked.