Monday, November 3, 2014

Featured Book: Tweet Revenge by Rickard B. DeMille



About the book:

Rickard B DeMille, author of the International Amazon Best Seller HELLFIRE, brings us a new hero named Dawn Johnson, and a new villain called Justice. They engage in a brutal ballet of vengeance and death until . . .

Dawn joined the FBI for the wrong reasons, and her boss wants her transferred out. Rural county Sheriff Bubba Scates doesn't want anyone messin' with his investigation, especially a female, African-American, over-educated, caustic, independent FBI Agent. Dawn wants to get back to her private agenda, but no one gets what they want. Except Justice, who continues to execute people he feels have escaped justice from the courts. Justice gets his retribution, and uses social media to publicize his vengeance and taunt police.

However, once Justice has claimed his final victim, things really get interesting. Nothing is as it seems, and no one is certain to survive, as the manhunt concludes and the truth is finally revealed.


Tweet Revenge will be released on November 21.  Pre-order now here.



About the author:

Rickard B DeMille is a member of ITW, the International Thriller Writers Association. He is also a Co-Organizer of the Frisco Writers Group, and a member of the North Dallas Screenwriters.

After serving in the Marines Corps as a commissioned officer, author Rick DeMille started a career in information systems and currently manages the technology department for a small energy company in the Dallas area.

His interest in writing was revived when he wrote a Y2K, guide which was distributed over the Internet by an outdoor supply company. He next began writing short stories, several of which were published online by websites such as BeWrite.com. His short stories won various contests, including those sponsored by 'Darklines,' 'Eros and Rust,' and Magellan Books from Australia who also included one of his short stories in the ADUMBRA anthology.

He self-published OF SINNERS AND LIBERALS, a humorous look at how liberalism would have changed history. He has also published his Masters' Thesis, BIBLE STUDY: DEFENDING DANIEL. A reexamination of historical, linguistic, and anthropological facts relating to the Book of Daniel from the Bible.



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