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Investigating A Formula For Terror

June 08, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 177

When it comes to the art of terror, just where do you begin? How can you devise such a formula.? Is it in the letters like H20 for water or a group of symbols? Maybe it is just figures joined to express information concisely and to the point. I know I wouldn't know where to begin but I have adventured upon a writer who just might have the answers.

Roger S. Williams certainly does capture the reader in this great murder-mystery-love and suspense novel "Formula For Terror". Here we follow the adventure of a young police officer, Jan Obermeyer. She has landed a new position with the Creighton police department. She is immediately taunted by fellow officers because of her fast acceptance into her position. She learned very quickly that everyone was not happy for her advancement. Yet it is this officer's place to keep her focus on why she is there. She immediately learned that a series of killings has taken place and has left the town scared and in an uproar.

Officer Obermeyer skills began to run like adrenaline as she began to look into the cases. First it was just in her spare time to catch upon what had been taking place and then with fellow officers in the line of duty. Her amazing skills soon became a great asset as she reviewed the scenes and wrote out her reports. Her quick eyes and "haunches" soon landed her as one of leading officers on the cases. Now to the other officers working the case already, this just did not sit right with them. So little to her knowledge behind her back they began investigating the investigator.

The suspense gets greater as you embark upon chapter after chapter of this book. We see a few times where Officer Jan has merely escaped being the next victim herself. She couldn't allow her "Rookie" skills to get the best of her. The killer attacks again and again, and officer Jan finds herself on the scene with adrenaline bumping.

A few times she was the first one there. Her artistic skills moves into action as she surveys the scenes and directs others in what to do next.

You must follow closely to see just who is the killer? The characters float in out from chapter to chapter so you may get lost. But Officer Obermeyers quick discernment will soon put you back on track and you will soon be able to see just who the psycho is. The characters could be anyone from a football hero, a wounded lover, or maybe even one of the police officers.

Scene upon scenes you will encounter mutilated bodies to make you frown. Kidnapping and murders are also going down. The town officials are trying to make sense of all the madness so they must call in others to help them solve the case.

Let's follow Roger S. Williams as he takes us done the road of drugs, gang-life-torture and murder. Now let us see what this formula is all about.

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