AJ Easterling's New Book 'Embodiment' is a Beguiling Read That Seamlessly Combines Crime Fiction With Psychological Thriller
GOOSE CREEK, S.C., June 28, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author AJ Easterling, a disabled American Navy veteran, a former paralegal, has completed her most recent book "Embodiment": a haunting suspense fiction meant to thrill and tantalize its readers. The read follows a forensic psychologist who is called to psychoanalyze a suspected serial killer. Little did she know that doing her job will only get herself in trouble; an unknown stalker tails her every move, disturbing her once peaceful life. Soon after, she finds herself facing an impossible truth.
Easterling shares, "Dr. Myra Christie, a forensic psychologist, is contracted by the State of South Carolina to provide an evaluation and sentencing suggestions in a multi-murder case. When her expert testimony contributes to the suspect being found guilty and placed in prison, she feels she has done her part in keeping the streets safe for everyone. But soon after, he is found dead in his cell, and evidence points to a shoddy investigation and a serial killer that is still on the loose. Simultaneously, she is being pursued by a potentially unhinged, unknown stalker who knows too much about her. Questioning herself and her abilities, she begins looking over her shoulder and fearing the shadows. When the serial killer is caught and refuses to speak to anyone but her, a chain of events unfurls that has her questioning herself, her beliefs, and her sanity."
Published by Fulton Books, AJ Easterling's book is a stirring novel that will keep its readers on edge. The compelling narrative makes this volume difficult to put down.
Truly a must-read for crime fiction lovers everywhere.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase "Embodiment" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books