By Steven Womack
Before everything, it was once simply examine . . . After a number of significantly acclaimed novels, Michael Schiftmann has but to make the type of residing he thinks due him; any type of dwelling in any respect, in reality. His novels were defined as literate and multi-layered, yet as Michael is aware all too good, literate does not promote. One drunken, depressed evening, it involves him. Readers wish glitz and violence he will supply it to them. he will create a sequence of novels that includes the boldest, coldest serial killer ever imagined. he will get contained in the murderer's head in methods no author has ever performed. each emotion, each sensation, each scrumptious second may be captured at the web page. yet to do that, he will need to become aware of for himself what it appears like to really kill an individual. And what Michael Schiftmann discovers is that homicide feels solid.
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Let’s go, folks,” he announced. ” “This better be good, Lieutenant,” Maria Chavez— Music City’s first Hispanic female homicide investigator— announced. ” “I know,” Bransford said, his voice guttural and strained. “I hate to call you all in on a Sunday, but this one’s a no-brainer. ” To Bransford’s left, near the door, a well-dressed, neatly groomed man in a dark suit stood with an almost military bearing. Clasped in his hands was a leather-bound, three-ring portfolio bulging with papers. Seated in a folding chair next to the man was Howard Hinton, the homicide investigator from Chattanooga.
Gilley averted his eyes; he’d seen as much of the victim as he needed. Bransford stepped aside, stopping just short of the thickened pool of nearly black blood. Hinton stepped around him and stared. ” he asked. ” Hinton turned. ” Bransford, fatigued, shook his head and rubbed his bloodshot eyes. “Sorry. Irv Stover, the fat guy outside. ” Bransford nodded. “Eighteen hours at least. ” Hinton turned, squinted. “That means late last night, early this morning. ” “About five-thirty this afternoon. One of the girls got suspicious when she reported for work and couldn’t get in.
Against the opposite wall, a massage table was covered in a blood-soaked sheet. Sprawled across the sheet was the mangled body of a barely recognizable young woman, her legs spread-eagled over the sides of the table, her ankles bound to the table legs with thick cord. Her arms were splayed out to the sides, her wrists tied to the front two table legs with the same type of cord. Her lips were pulled back over her teeth, frozen in an encrusted, horrific rictus. Gilley averted his eyes; he’d seen as much of the victim as he needed.
By Blood Written by Steven Womack