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.
Susi goes through her fist regression experience, one that does not settle too well with her.
Can she do something to change what happened all those years ago?
Susi steps off the train, knowing that she is protected by a
light, but feels dread. Unaware of time, she walks down the street of a quaint
town, toward a small house behind an open gate. As she nears the home, she sees
that the door is ajar. She slowly pushes it so she can enter. Everything inside
is antique or is it? She’s startled by hearing sounds in the house, and knocks
some papers off a table. Bending down, she picks them up to see some
odd-looking stamps. She places them back on the table and walks to the back of
the house and finds herself standing in the doorway of the bathroom. Inside,
she sees a woman leaning over an old claw foot bathtub. She’s holding something
down, something that is struggling for air. Susi takes a few more steps and
stretches her neck to see what it is. Horror enters her body, and she freezes.
The woman who is holding her baby under the water loosens her grip as the baby
stops the struggle. She turns and stares into Susi’s eyes, a cold glare that
sends shivers throughout Susi’s body. She wants to scream but no sound comes
out. She turns and runs, struggling to find the train. She sees it but it looks
like it’s ready to leave. Terrified, she runs toward it, and as if it’s waiting
for her, the doors close as soon as she enters. She hears a voice, a distant
voice. “One, you are coming up.” The voice is becoming louder, it’s closer to
her now. “Two, you are becoming more aware. Three. Open your eyes, you are now