Thank you for joining us today Chief McAvoy. Can you tell us why you became a cop? I signed up for the Marines and scored well in my ASVAB test, and got to choose what MOS I wanted. So I picked military police. The moment I started training, I knew that was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. To help people.
If you didn’t live in Beaver Creek, where would you want to live? Half Moon Bay California. After I got out of the military, I followed my friend out to where he grew up and instantly fell in love with the area.
Did you feel a connection to Jane immediately? The second I saw her face. I knew I had to keep her safe. And well, you would have to read the book to find out.
Why don’t you like people calling you Chief? I’m not worth of the title.
Do ghosts freak you out? I don’t believe in ghosts.
Why did Harold and Raymond fight over the dog, traitor? Traitor is Raymond’s black Lab, but the dog only listens to Harold. So that pisses Raymond off to no end. Actually, the brothers fight all the time for the stupidest crap.
If you can do one thing different in your life, what would that be? I think if I changed one thing in my life, I wouldn’t have met Jane. But If I had to choose…then drinking.
If you can’t be a cop, what other profession would you like to do? If I can’t be cop, then I probably open up a business of some sort—but I really haven’t thought about not being a cop.
Amnesia and an unspeakable crime have stolen everything from Jane Doe except the haunting image of a girl in a yellow dress, which replays itself over and over in her mind.
Small town cop Elias McAvoy is haunted as well, by the crushing guilt he feels over the deaths of two women, one by his own hand. He can’t-he won’t-let Jane down too.
Together they delve deeper into Jane’s case, battling against her memory loss, and an increasingly tangled web of lies and murder that span forty years-and ties Elias and Jane together in ways they never imagined. As the mystery of the girl in the yellow dress unfold, so does Elias and Jane’s love for each other. However, when the killer reappears, intent on finishing what he started, Elias must face his demons in order to save the woman he loves or lose her forever.
CJ Warrant is an Award Winning Author for dark romantic suspense and thrillers that pulls at your heart, makes you shiver with fear, and hope for a happy ending. A lover of coffee, baking and family, but not in that order—She’s a wife, a loving mother of three and a cosmetologist by trade. Drawing her experiences from her Korean Italian heritage and growing up as an Army brat, her stories stir in dark plots with addictive flawed characters you will fall in love with.
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