The stairwells were very dark. He was glad he had a flashlight with him. The green walls had a little graffiti on them. He had to remember the stairwells. They were to be the escape route when the job was done.
Rock and roll kills in F.H. Belfus-Bennett's thrilling debut novel, Saturday Night Dead. A clever blend of murder mystery and the 1990s Boston music scene, its constant twists and turns will have fans lining up.
There's nowhere quite like Boston for rock and roll fans. But when wealthy, privileged college students who frequent the underground music scene begin turning up dead, it leaves the entire city in a panic.
With eerie messages left by the killer at each scene, the clues pile up and some question begin to arise: Is it really possible that A.J. Fuller, the Southern gentleman drug dealer, could also be a cold-blooded killer? What is the true identity of his constant sidekick, "Pisces" Petrovic? And what does David, a waiter and Jim Morrison look-alike, have to do with it all?
Readers will be on the edge of their seats as they follow the tracks of a killer in Belfus-Bennett's wildly entertaining Saturday Night Dead.
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About the Author
F.H. Belfus-Bennett is a former singer and occasional guitar player. A veteran of the 1990s Boston scene, she built a career in the corporate, hospitality, and retail industries before writing her debut novel, Saturday Night Dead.
Belfus-Bennett currently lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two children.