Death at Dawn
LGBTQ Meets Main Street
About the Book
Suddenly the weight was gone and she realized it was dark, darker than she had ever known, darker than night or the dancing dark when she closed her eyes. She heard a low, throaty animal-like growl from off to her left, and she knew it was coming for her. She felt herself screaming …
Pamela thought she sensed someone watching, but by the time she realized she was being stalked—it was too late. A psychopath took her captive and murdered her. While authorities hunt for her killer, so, too, does her ex, MJ McCaal. His close friend Dianne assists, but their investigation falls flat without additional resources or clues.
Soon, they agree to work with the sheriff of Rockmarsh County, John Buckmaster, and come to a horrible realization. Pamela’s murderer is now hunting MJ, and to draw the killer out, Dianne and MJ must act as bait. Death at Dawn is an engaging tale of mystery, paranoia, infidelity, and action that will keep you guessing until the final explosive page.
About the Author
Arthur Day was born in Baltimore but raised in Connecticut. He currently splits his time between homes in Simsbury, Connecticut, and Greensboro, Vermont, with his wife and an old English bulldog named Rocco.