I see you.
As Paxton launched into his new endeavors, he finds himself in the sights of a serial killer.
Forced to play a part in the killer’s deadly games.
Paxton enlists the help of his friend, FBI agent Blake Wilder.
But when she gets caught in the killer’s trap.
Paxton must do everything to survive, outwit the killer, and save his friend.
To win this great and deadly game Paxton will have to go down a dark path.
A path he vowed long ago to never walk again.
The game has just begun. The danger has never been higher.
To save Blake’s life as well as possibly learn the answers to questions about his wife’s death.
Paxton will have to do the unimaginable to outlast, outwit, and win.
Winning and losing will mean the difference between life and death.
Targeted Age Group:: YA and Adult Audiences
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 3 – PG-13
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've always wanted to try writing the stories in my head down. After binge watching Magnum PI I decided to give it a go.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I've always been fascinated by Private Investigators and what they can do without the restrictions of being a detective inside the law. I've also found that the characters I most relate to in a book are those that had a cause behind their motives. Paxton's relationship with his deceased wife inspired me and adding a support system included adding more great, relatable characters
“You realize this is, like, totally illegal, right?”
I nod. “I do.”
“I mean, we’re talking don’t drop the soap, multiple life sentences, federal prison illegal,” Brody continues. “You get that, yeah?”
I laugh. “I’m pretty sure you don’t get multiple life sentences for computer hacking.”
“Depends on the hack and the damage you do,” I offer. “We aren’t doing any damage.”
“What we did— what you made me do— is a pretty big freaking hack, Pax.”
Brody sits in the chair in front of my desk, bouncing his leg and chewing on his thumbnail, which he only does when he’s extremely agitated and nervous.
“The government doesn’t screw around with stuff like this, man,” he sighs. “They could like, declare me a terrorist and ship me off to Gitmo or something.”
I laugh. “Relax, Brody. Take a Xanax or twelve,” I say. “They’ll never even notice we’re here.”
“And how do you know that?”
“Because there’s nobody I trust more when it comes to all things tech than you,” I tell him. “Your hacking skills are top-notch, and because your butt was on the line, I know you took twice as much care with it.”
“Cute,” he sneers. “Real cute.”
I lean back in my chair and laugh. “I’m only half kidding.”
He drops his head into his hands. “Christ, you’re the biggest dick in the world.”
“Oh, I wouldn’t say the biggest in the world. But in the Puget Sound? Yeah, probably.”
We fall silent for a minute as I give Brody a minute to gather himself. He’s near hyperventilating. And I get it. What I asked him to do is risky. If he gets caught, he could be in serious trouble. Not that the lawyers our families have on retainer would let anything happen to him, but I’m sure getting arrested and hauled in would be pretty intense nonetheless.
But when it comes to computers, I don’t know anybody better than Brody. He’s like Bill Gates level computer savvy. The things he can do are scary. There is literally nobody I would have trusted more to get me into the databases I needed access to. He hacked into and built back doors into VICAP, the NCIC, and a couple of other smaller federal criminal databases that will allow me to collect and compare as much information as possible.
Going after Reuben Hayes is going to require patience and extreme attention to detail. It will also require that I have as much data at my disposal as I can possibly have. He gave me the first breadcrumb and is clearly expecting me to follow his trail. That, of course, leads to a lot of questions I don’t have the answers to, the most pertinent being: why?
Why would Hayes, who had been operating in complete anonymity for over two decades, risk it all by giving me these three victims? It makes no real sense to me. But it’s also a question I don’t need the answer to right this minute. It is a distraction. The important thing is, he gave them to me and invited me into his warped and twisted game. And I’m more than ready to play.
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