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J A Stevens Debuts Psychological Thriller, THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR

J A Stevens Debuts Psychological Thriller, THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz.

Years of watching movies, reading the papers and listening to music encouraged author J A Stevens to write a book. With her wild imagination and writing prowess, she creates "THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR," a pulse-pounding thriller that will take readers on a roller coaster ride they will never forget.

"THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR" tells the story of three individuals whose lives are intertwined by fate. Winston is radically insane from birth. His extreme intelligence, however, empowered him to forethink his crimes from a very early age and over the years, murdered countless men and women. He enjoyed every brutal death and takes pleasure in defiling dead bodies in the most lurid, carnal manner imaginable.

Morgan Logan is a beautiful, tempestuous woman who becomes the suspect of the murders. The authorities are looking into the possibility that Logan lured her friends into her nightclub to be murdered, with their organs sold on the black market for profit. Isaac Hanlon, the wrestler Morgan deceived years ago, is bent on revenge for her betrayal. Isaac enters her life once again, but later starts to doubt his ability for vengeance as he finds himself diligently helping to clear her name against the murder charges.

With a fast-paced plot and interesting characters, J A Stevens draws readers in and plunges them in a murder mystery and romance intricately woven together into a brilliant whodunit. The characters are filled with passion, love, hatred, fear and vengeance and will engage the readers as they, too, will embark on a quest to find out who the madman is.

Spanning 13 years, "THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR" sets readers on a journey across America, Costa Rica, American Samoa and The Bering Strait. It powerfully propels them to turn page after page until they reach an astounding finale.

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About the Author
J A Stevens was raised in Iowa but moved to Arizona and now lives with two dogs, two cats and Jeffrey L. Brown, Jr.

THE CHERRY ON HIS CIGAR * by J A Stevens
Publication Date: May 2, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 382 pages; 9781493184057
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 382 pages; 9781493184040
e-book; $3.99; 9781493184033

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