By Donald Wells
The author of The Reynolds Family Saga, Blue Steele, Monsters, The Caliber Detective Agency and Taken!
Blue Steele - Books 7-12
Blue becomes mentor to a young bounty hunter named Blondie, even as a serial killer begins a reign of terror.
After three more bounty hunters fall victim to the serial killer, Blue's boyfriend, Gary, begs her to go into hiding. Meanwhile, Blondie proves herself worthy.
Someone is stalking Blue, as a serial killer hunts for victims, and after she and Blondie save the day, they have a disagreement that threatens their friendship.
After one of Blue's oldest friends go missing, it's feared that the serial killer has struck again. Meanwhile, Blondie gets in over her head and even Blue can't help her.
After being saved by an unexpected ally, Blondie and Blue make up, but Blue soon has reason to distrust Blondie, when she learns disturbing news from a reliable source.
Blue and Gary's relationship is in turmoil, and Blue must make a life-altering decision.
And when the serial killer's identity is revealed, Blue faces a showdown with tragic results, and later finds herself in deep despair.
About the Author
Donald Wells is the author of the TAKEN! Series, The REYNOLDS FAMILY SAGA, BLUE STEELE & The CALIBER DETECTIVE AGENCY. When he's not writing he spends his time reading and when he's reading, he wishes he were writing. A man of many talents, Mr. Wells invented the now much used term .com as well as the word "Dealy" Before becoming a writer, Mr. Wells spent years as an aspiring pianist and was often known to spend hours at practice. If he had ever had access to a piano, who knows what heights he might have achieved. A renowned Chocoholic, the town of Hershey, PA. is considering erecting a statue in his honor. A little known fact: Mr. Wells was one of the original Back Street Boys. Another of his talents is the writing of bogus biographies in the third person. An avid blogger, Mr. Wells now has his own blog on the Validation Publishing website (www.valadationpublishingdotcom)in which he frequently pokes fun at the world of Traditional Publishing. To learn about Mr. Wells' new releases and enjoy bonus content, please visit, www.donaldwells.com Thanks!