Most of us come into this world with an inborn need for religion, a higher power to believe in. However, when fear and misunderstanding are the driving forces behind that desire, the door is left open for anything that cares to enter.
Eight years ago, Laura Bradford mysteriously disappeared off campus, causing quite a disturbance in the lives of Kenny Elliot and Gerald Reynolds, a journalism student with a fascination with Mesoamerican artifacts. When Gerald calls unexpectedly to tell Elliot he’s recently seen Laura then sets up a meeting only to be a no-show, Elliot tracks him down to get some answers. Instead he finds his old friend murdered in ritualistic fashion.
Elliot takes a leave of absence from his job as a Tulsa police detective and launches an unofficial investigation, which leads him into a fuzzy realm of existence where malignant forces blur the lines between what is real and what is imagined, and where making the wrong choices is eternally expensive.
Acclaim for the novels of Bob Avey
“Avey’s debut has much to recommend it. The pace and fine plotting will grab your attention. The twists and turns will catch you by surprise.”
– The Tulsa World
“Avey draws his characters convincingly. Full of surprises, Twisted Perception may accurately be called a page-turner.”
– The Daily Oklahoman
“Bob Avey has penned another page-turner and you will find it difficult to put down.”
– Terry South, Quality Book Reviews
“Twisted Perception is a promising mystery debut, filled with twists and turns you won’t see coming.”
– Bestselling author William Bernhardt
“I highly recommend this book (Twisted Perception) as it is quite the page-turner.”
– Gina Metz, Crime Spree Magazine
“Bob Avey is a master of quirky characters and hard-boiled mysteries with enough twists and turns to satisfy even the most demanding mystery fans.”
– Bestselling author Charles W. Sasser
“If you want to curl up with a book that makes you jump when the floor creaks, be sure to read Twisted Perception.”
– Spur Award winning author Dusty Richards
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