Saturday, October 29, 2022

"The Sawtooth Slayer" by Nathan Dylan Goodwin Published

 Nathan Dylan Goodwin has published a new book: The Sawtooth Slayer. It is available either as a Kindle book or a paperback. 

Here is the description:

April 2020, Twin Falls, Idaho. A serial killer is on the loose. A nameless man is kidnapping young women from their own homes, taking them out of the city to kill them before returning their bodies to random locations around the city. Detective Maria Gonzalez heads up the investigation but has very few leads to pursue. As time passes and fears rise that the killer might strike again with a fifth victim, Maria turns to Venator—an investigative genetic genealogy company—in the hope that they can identify the killer from his DNA alone before he has the chance to take yet another life. Despite her initial reticence to take on the company’s first ever live case, Madison Scott-Barnhart and her team in Salt Lake City agree to try to reveal the identity of this barbaric serial killer. In the midst of the global pandemic that has closed the Venator office and posed both personal and professional problems for Madison, time is running out on this case.

This is the second novel in the Venator Cold Case series. Although it can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story, for the best experience, begin your journey with The Chester Creek Murders.

It is available from Amazon (search for B0B8ZP2V6C) for $5.99 in Kindle version, as well as other book stores.

I ordered the book on Amazon about two weeks ago, and it was delivered to my Kindle collection on 28 October 2022.  I accessed it on 29 October on my laptop computer and read the first 100 pages (out of 409 pages) while watching the World Series.  The book so far does not disappoint!


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