Life was somewhat back to normal in the City by the Bay several months after the tragedy of the previous Halloween. San Francisco appeared stunned, quietly nursing its wounds, holding its collective breath and hoping against hope for a better tomorrow. But that fragile peace was already beginning to crumble for Adam Marx and those closest to him. The nightmare that stalked them refused to end, one dark coincidence following another. And what defined coincidence? Fate? Destiny? Chance? Whatever, Adam Marx knew that real coincidence was stranger than fiction and that life was more unpredictable than anyone could possibly guess. But he had learned from experience that people and events were also much more connected, like a big jigsaw puzzle with inter-related pieces falling neatly into place when and where they were least expected.
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About the Author
JP Rush is the author of the suspense novels Tremor of Malice, its sequel Tremor of Conscience, and the third book of the Wired for Justice series, Tremor of Guilt. JP lived the carefree life of an orphan until he was ten years old, separated from his siblings and shuffled from one ‘home’ to another. Along the way he learned valuable lessons about self-sufficiency and human nature. Discovering the magic of reading, writing and adverbs at an early age changed his world. Life experiences include international travel, boardroom brawls and a contentious stint in a D-list rock band. JP resides primarily in the USA with his lovely wife and their two imaginary friends, Fluppy and Boo Marie. email@example.com