The Skies Roared

The Skies Roared

by Steve Bradshaw

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The world-renowned forensic pathologist and serial killer hunter Dr. Elliott Sumner attends a Christmas Gala at the mansion of billionaire patriarch Albert Bell. Elliott watches the Bluff City Butcher die moments after learning they are brothers. Elliott's worst fears are confirmed when attempts on his life soon reveal he too was part of an inconceivable genetic experiment and his termination has been ordered. From the shadows, in a battle for his survival, Elliott hunts a new kind of serial killer and moves at lightning-pace to uncover the clandestine powerbrokers behind it all. Will the blood trail from Barcelona through Arequipa and back to Memphis, Tennessee, lead to a new reign of terror? Or will bold deceptions and chilling twists be more than any one man can handle? Will Elliott find a way to secure the greatest evolutionary leap for mankind?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156811007
Publisher: Griffyn Ink
Publication date: 09/22/2016
Series: The Bell Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 322
Sales rank: 523,777
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Steve is a forensic mystery/thriller author drawing on life experiences as forensic investigator and biotech entrepreneur. He received a BA from University of Texas and trained at the Institute of Forensic Sciences where he investigated 3,000+ unexplained deaths for the Medical Examiner Office. As founder-president/CEO of an innovative biomed company, Steve led development of an innovative meniscus implant now under FDA clinical review. Today, Steve puts his readers on the front row in fascinating worlds of fringe science, forensic investigation, and the chilling pursuit of real monsters. His books include BLUFF CITY BUTCHER, THE SKIES ROARED, BLOOD LIONS, EVIL LIKE ME, SERIAL INTENT and TERMINAL BREACH.


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