Sunday, August 16, 2015

Let's Learn About: "The Narrow Three"-The Hunt For Emily Henderson Book 1 by J.K. Miller II [Book]

Hi everyone! Happy Sunday! I decided to try something new this time around. I have decided to just share about new products or new books (that's what I'm doing this time) that I've been checking out lately. These are NOT reviews and mainly more just for informational purposes. It's almost like telling a friend about something cool or new or interesting. Today I am sharing with you "The Narrow Three"-The Hunt For Emily Henderson Book 1 by J.K. Miller II [Book]". It's actually pretty interesting and I'd consider it a mystery fiction novel. Let's get started!
About The Book
-Available in Kindle version[369KB] and paperback [124 pages].
-Published by First Piece Writing on January 3, 2015)
-This book is written in English.

About The Author
J. K. Miller II has been writing since he was 10 years old. His inspiration to write came from reading 'The Boxcar Children' in elementary school. He completed his first book (and the sequel) at age 13 but they were horrible. He writes fantasy and mystery as they are his favorite genres to read. At the end of all his books there are fun and random facts about the author. Connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.

Short Summary
For Nathan McLain, finding Emily Henderson has been the most difficult case. While he exposed his fiancĂ©’s murderer, he knows the blood is really on Emily’s hands. So he devotes his keen investigative skills to finding her. If only he could. Her knack for disappearing without a trace leaves him kicking up dirt and chasing a shadow. Her victims never leave him so much as a flake of dried skin. So now, he’s on the hunt. She might be elusive, but she is still human. One day he’ll find her. He hopes. 


Question Of The Day
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1 comment:

  1. In answer to your question, the summary in this post makes the novel look interesting! Though i am not a great fan of mystery fiction i might have to check this.