International Headline! Headless bodies wash ashore outside the grounds of Templetons de México, a five star hotel located on the north beach of Mazatlán, prompting an exodus of guests.
A convention at the hotel is scheduled to attract guests who are interested in regression, and their search to better understand their souls. But there is a killer among them, a vicious and brutal killer.
Revenge is driving this maniac, a deadly plot that took 25 years to contrive.
Mickey, a man who died 38 years ago is living at the hotel, looking quite alive and well. He has a secret so absurd, so outrageous. And
yet, he is determined to follow through with his plan.
Emma is the strong-willed assistant at Templetons, who, while battling with Mickey's impossible proposal, takes the lead in fighting
the terrorists who have infiltrated their home at Templetons de México.
NO FEAR! is a psychological thriller that takes you through one week in time, it will keep you reading until the end, leaving you filled with tears, and shock... and wanting more.
C. Michaels is from the Pacific NW but now lives in Mexico with her Chow Chow, Rani. Michaels' writes thrillers with twisty plots that tease the reader until the end. Her books, Cross Roads and NO FEAR! are a series that follow the hotel owner, Templeton from Idaho in Cross Roads, where greed drives evil people, to Mazatlan, Mx in NO FEAR!, 25 years later where that past greed is reborn with a killer on the loose. Her latest novel, Bill of Human Wrongs is a frightening political thriller that has been compared to a Rod Serling story. C. Michaels has always had a love for the arts, in both writing and painting, finding Mazatlan's Paradise the perfect place to work. Her books are character driven, and will easily draw you into their crazy zany world, a place where for some, there are no scruples or decency.
Michaels is excited about the release of her new political thriller, Bill of Human Wrongs, now on available on Amazon.
Please enjoy reading excerpts of my thrillers at http://cmichaelsbooks.com/
Enjoy my weekly humorous blog about My Mazatlan Musings at http://cmichaelsbooks.com/bloghellip-mazatlaacuten-musings.html
There were no pulmonias anywhere, but there was a bus
pulling out. Across the street were five or six busses just sitting idle, as if
the bus drivers were on a break, which indeed, they were, since it was the end
of their routes. The drivers looked forward to both ends of town where they
would force everyone to get off the bus so they could have their moment alone.
Locals understood, but there was an occasional tourist that wanted to stay
onboard, using him as a touring bus. Being a seaside town, the opposite ends of
their line were dead-end roads that halted at the sea. Paul waved for the bus
driver to stop, and jumped on. It was only about a three minute ride to the
hotel, but it would save him the precious time he needed. He thought about what
Emma had said, and shook his head, as if trying to rid his mind of the
conversation. This can’t be happening,
this is all too weird. He reviewed the events of the last 24 hours, and
wondered if he should pack his bags and leave. He hadn’t counted on Emma and
her past, or Emma and her encounter with Mickey.
He knew he hadn’t given her what she wanted in terms of information about her
parents, and knew she would, after some time to think about it, realize that,
and continue to press him. Then, his mind went to the revelation that Ben and
Katie were gone, and a strange feeling came over him. It was all too strange,
and seemed almost too much for him to take. The bus stopped to let him off, and
as he walked into the hotel, he went through an exercise in his mind to prepare
him for the day, a cleansing of sorts, so he could function, and show the
confidence he needed with his guests. Then a thought came over him. Who the hell are these people that are
coming tomorrow, the people she calls her mom and dad?