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PUYB Virtual Book Club > Fog City Strangler by Greg Messel

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Dorothy Thompson (pumpupyourbook) | 513 comments Mod
Pump Up Your Book is proud to be representing Greg Messel, author of the mystery/romance, FOG CITY STRANGLER, as he tours the blogosphere February 3 - March 28!

As 1958 nears an end San Francisco is being terrorized by a man who calls himself the “Fog City Strangler,” who preys on pretty young blonde women. The strangler announces each murder by sending a note and piece of cloth from the victim’s dresses to the local newspapers.

Private eye Sam Slater is worried that the Fog City Strangler may be eyeing his beautiful blonde wife, stewardess Amelia Ryan. Sam’s angst mounts as the strangler continues to claim more victims. His anxiety is further fueled when TWA launches an advertising campaign with Amelia’s picture on a series of billboards plastered all over the city. Sam fears the billboards may attract too much attention--the wrong kind of attention.

Meanwhile, Sam and Amelia are hired to try to find the missing daughter of a wealthy dowager who fears she has lost her only child. The missing woman went for a walk with her dog on Stinson Beach, near San Francisco, and seemingly vanished into thin air. The woman’s husband arrived at their beach house and found the dog running loose but there was no trace of his wife. The police are stumped in their investigation.

As Sam and Amelia look into the disappearance of the woman on the beach they discover that nothing is as it seems at first glance. On a stormy night a shadowy figure sets fire to the beach house where the couple is staying--hoping to stop their investigation.

Fog City Strangler is a stand-alone thriller but is part of the Sam Slater Mystery Series--Last of the Seals, Deadly Plunge and San Francisco Secrets.

Please add your discussion about this book in the comments below, as well as any links to reviews, interviews, guest posts and book spotlights.


message 2: by Carol (last edited Feb 11, 2014 07:30AM) (new) - rated it 1 star

Carol Evans | 13 comments Carol wrote: "My review is up at Carol's Notebook - http://wp.me/p20Gmw-5nD . I'm not a fan."


Mareena (mairin) | 32 comments My review is up: http://rubyandthetwins.blogspot.com/2.... I think I may have liked this one better than Carol! :) I will say that I found some of the characters' constantly overprotective attitudes towards Amelia slightly irritating at times. Maybe that's just my own modern woman's mentality, clashing with 1950's era thinking.

Here is my book spotlight post as well: http://rubyandthetwins.blogspot.com/2...


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