Monday, January 21, 2013

Polar Night cover reveal

Book Blurb: When Detective Danny Fitzpatrick leaves his hometown of Chicago and moves to Fairbanks, Alaska he wants nothing more than to escape the violence and heartbreak that left his life in pieces. Numbed by alcohol and the frozen temperatures of an Alaskan winter, Danny is content with a dead-end job investigating Fairbanks' cold cases. That all changes when a pretty blond woman goes missing on the winter solstice, and Danny stumbles upon some surprising connections between her disappearance and that of another Fairbanks woman three years earlier. Forced out of his lethargy, Danny sets out to both find the missing woman and solve his own cold case.

The investigation points Danny towards Aleksei Nechayev, the handsome and charming proprietor of an old asylum turned haunted tourist attraction in the Arctic town of Coldfoot. As he tries to find a link between Nechayev and his case, Danny's instinct tells him that Nechayev is much more than what he seems.

Danny has no idea that Nechayev is hiding a secret that is much more horrifying than anything he could ever have imagined. As his obsession with finding the missing women grows, Danny finds his own life in danger. And when the truth is finally revealed, the world as he knows it will never be the same.

Bio: Julie Flanders is a librarian and a freelance writer who has written for both online and print publications. She is an avid animal lover and shares her home in Cincinnati, Ohio with her dog and cat. Polar Night, a suspense thriller with a supernatural twist, is her first novel. It will be published by Ink Smith Publishing on February 7, 2013. Find Julie online at her blog, on Twitter, and on Facebook.

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15 comments:

  1. Very intriguing... I like the sound of the story.

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  2. Wow, that cover is amazing! I'm so in awe of the neat way that silhouette was handled. This book's premise sounds pretty intriguing, too!

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  3. I'm really happy for Julie. Hope her book does well. :-)

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing this Christine! I so appreciate it. And thank you all for your kind comments!

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  5. That is a really cool cover. And a great blurb. Best of luck with it, Julie!!

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  6. Thanks for popping in, everyone. Julie's cover is fantastic!

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  7. Thanks for posting this one. Very intriguing. Xx

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  8. Saw this on Michael Offutt's blog--cool!

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  9. Seeing Julie's book every where. Great cover.

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  10. this storyline intrigues me--as one to probably never travel far, it's something about alaska that peaks my imagination---sounds fascinating!

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  11. Very interesting with the purple blending into the trees.

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  12. wow, i see this all over!! so excited for her!! i've started my new e-book christine, you'd be so proud!!

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