Daily Prompt: Coming to a Bookshelf Near You

The Daily Prompt is to present the back cover of a book you would want to write. Here is one that occurred to me on a walk break today.


Kelly Graham had a quirky hobby, she would take pictures of license plates as she traveled the country, just enjoying the artwork of the license plates and fulfilling a mostly repressed obsessive compulsive disorder to snap a picture of each state’s licence plate during the calendar year. What she did not know about this Texas license plate was that it was fastened to the car of a serial killer named Norm.

Norm Stratton was a Gulf War veteran, serving with the Army in Desert Storm. All the atrocities he witnessed in Iraq changed him in ways no one understood or would even believe. Norm’s compulsion involved killing young women who reminded him of his ex-fiancee Dee, who jilted him in the midst of his army commitment.

Little does Kelly know her “harmless post” of the Texas tag artwork will propel her to the top of Norm’s newest hit list. All he has to go on is her blogging name “CaliGirl89”. From his smartphone in the small Arizona desert town of Gilbert, Norm sees his future put in jeopardy by this girl’s hobby.

For FBI agent Marcel Raymond, the license plate posted matches a partial plate reported by a witness to one of “The Interstate Killers” latest victims, a twenty two year old brunette named Anya. He must race across the country to find “CaliGirl89” before it is too late.

About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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2 Responses to Daily Prompt: Coming to a Bookshelf Near You

  1. Pingback: If You Leave – Daily Post – 10/27/15 | Joe's Musings

  2. I’d like to read this one. Very scary!

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