ArtThrough him, they'll live forever. His creation will be a testament to their perfection--and to his skill. Each victim has a rare innocence, worthy of being immortalized in his macabre work of art. A beauty worth killing for. . .ImitatesDetective John Stallings can't avoid getting drawn into his latest investigation. The parallels between the Jacksonville girl who just disappeared and his long-vanished daughter make every discovery a potential clue in his own painful mystery. Then one by one, bodies are discovered--all young women, strangled to fulfill a madman's obsession. . .DeathWhat began as a missing persons case has become a desperate race to find and stop Stallings' most ruthless adversary yet. And the closer he gets to the answers, the more there is to fear--from a killer whose bloodlust is growing by the day, and a truth too terrifying to face. . .Praise For James Andrus And The Perfect Woman"This book moves with deadly speed and the assured hand of a writer who knows his stuff." --Michael Connelly"An insider's view of how a true police investigation unfolds. It's as close a look at police work as you can get." -Elmore Leonard"One of the best cop novels to come along in years." --Jeffery Deaver
eBookMall recently interviewed James Andrus. Here is an excerpt:
Which is scarier: tracking down bad guys or trying to finish and publish a book?
"Easily meeting a deadline for a book. Experience has taught me to be comfortable in police work but publishing is still new to me. There is a clear line between the art of writing and the business of publishing. Deadlines are terrifying and editors can be quite demanding. Overall I enjoyed both experiences."
Read more on James' author page!