Tag: pat brown
|P. A. Brown’s A FOREST OF CORPSES reviewed at Two Lips Reviews|
|P.A. Brown’s L.A. BONEYARD reviewed|
|Title||Geography of Murder|
|Release Date||June 2009|
|Cover Artist||Deana C. Jamroz|
|Available At:||MLR Bookstore|
|All Romance Ebooks (ebook)|
Jason Zachary finds himself with a map straight into a murder rap when he runs afoul of Santa Barbara detective Alexander Spider, charged with the murder of a man he’s never met.
I threw my arms over my face to block out the brilliant light that flooded my eyes. I yelped at the sharp burst of pain it brought on and sat up in bed.
“What the fuck-?”
Under me the bed rocked and rolled. Outside I could hear the high-pitched wail of a gull scream and the gentle, slap of water against fiberglass hull. I was on a boat. Whose? I rolled over to escape the relentless light and bumped up against warm flesh. Oh shit, what had I done this time? Another black out? My last memory was leaving the Vault near midnight. I could have sworn I was alone. Wait – hadn’t some cute, hunky blond guy waylaid me in the parking lot? The guy beside me was definitely not the blond from last night.
I blinked and stared into his slack face, searching for a clue as to who he was and why I was in bed with him.
I blinked again. I tried to place the face. He was old. At least sixty. Wrinkled face. White mat of chest hair over a flabby paunch, tiny shrunken cock. Faded tats up and down his skinny chest and arms. A leather dog collar. Black leather harness strapped to his thin chest and nothing else. Not the type I usually slept with. Not the type I ever slept with. What would ever possess me to let a loser like this fuck me? I don’t think anyone had that much money.
Then a flash of ice poured down my spine and lodged in my gut. The old man was dead. (continue reading…)
#1 in the L.A Series
|Release Date||April 2009|
|Cover Artist||Deana C. Jamroz|
|Available At:||Barnes & Noble (paperback)|
In-the-closet detective, David Eric Laine has kept his desires secret. Until he meets Christopher Bellamere, proud and openly gay. When a series of horrific torture/murders of gay men leads the police to Chris David is torn between his attraction for the most beautiful man he’s ever met and his fears that he’s a vicious killer.
Saturday, 12:25 a.m., North San Miguel Road, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles
THE JOHN DOE had been dead for days.
Flies buzzed around the corpse, crawling over sunken eyes and up collapsing nostrils. From the doorway LAPD Homicide Detective David Eric Laine could see the skin sloughing off dehydrated muscles. He held his breath against the stench. After fourteen years on the force he figured he had seen it all. But sometimes the doers still managed to surprise him with their brutality.
The body had been posed on its back, legs splayed on the blood-soaked rug, hands already bagged to preserve evidence. He knew death had occurred somewhere else. The lack of blood anywhere but on the carpet, and the body itself, confirmed that. Abruptly he turned away. John Doe wasn’t going anywhere; he could concentrate on evidence the killer might have left behind. (continue reading…)