Grisly-Bar Crossing

by Daniel T. Denman

Praise for Grisly-Bar Crossing

Jack Mason of the Midwest Book Review had this to say about Grisly-Bar Crossing:
It takes a truly talented author to pull of [sic] a trilogy of novels featuring running characters. Daniel T. Denman is clearly one of those writers as documented by "Grisly-Bar Crossing," the second in a three volume set highlighting the mystery solving, dangerous adventures of lovely and exceedingly competent female FBI agents. Also highly recommended is the first in this promising trilogy of original novels, "Weaver's Beam." On the basis of these first two deftly penned suspense novels, Denman's readers will look eagerly toward the third and concluding volume of this outstanding series.

Never before had four, female, foreign operatives been kidnapped on American soil! And now, one by one, the attractive heroines were found dismembered at the Crossing. Several FBI teams were investigating these terrifying murders - copycat crimes of yesteryear. The killings were so foul, so grisly, the town had been named Grisly-Bar Crossing after these unspeakable, resurfacing murders!

Two FBI teams advanced on the mansion that held the abducted agents and their captors: a nearly mad woman seeking revenge and her crafty daughter. The villains planned to use the agents as bait. What they could not understand was why the military was so interested in the powerful force their heir had left behind - a force that would alter wars forever!

Prior to this vengeful plot, 6,000 Americans had received an unusual warning in the form an identical dream! All recorded and repeated the revelation verbatim and became known as the dream keepers. Some feared they would be labeled "insane," but many were so disturbed by the dream, they contacted their doctors. A consortium of the medical field viewed so many people professing an identical dream as a real concern.

The dream keepers were trying desperately to convince the government and media to release their unified vision. One adamant psychologist (herself a dream keeper) told a newscaster, "It doesn't make sense! To NOT warn others is . . . is ludicrous!" Miraculously, the scientific and religious communities were in agreement and were trying to discuss the implications of the common, shared dreams. Simplified, the dream claimed: every six months until America wakes up and realizes it was once a blessed nation, an increasing earthquake will 'rock your very souls!'

Time was running out. There were only two weeks until the first predicted quake would take place. Who delivered this dream and how was it sent? Was this a grand hoax or were too many humans not interested enough to care? Moral decline caused greed and loss for millions, and hope seemed to be one of America's old adages. There were those who saw this shared dream as revitalization of their once great country, and to the wise individuals, extraordinary achievements were possible. Key in avoiding disaster would be unified acceptance to change. The dream demanded change! Would American citizens see, understand, and accept the lesson?

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Other Books by Daniel T. Denman

Filaments of Red

Filaments of Red
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This book is available for purchase at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, iTunes, and/or your local bookstore.


Weaver's Beam

Weaver's Beam
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This book is available for purchase at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, iTunes, and/or your local bookstore.