Experimenting with Murder was my first published novel and my first official work of fiction. The book was finally published and released in 2014. Among other things, it is a unique blend of fantasy and adventure, with just a touch of romance. I believe the readers who are fortunate enough to discover the title will find it very enjoyable.
If you like a little fantasy and adventure with your murder, not to mention some disturbing scientific experiments, be sure to pick up a copy. Here’s a brief description and excerpt.
What would you do if your father was murdered and the man behind it had you running scarred in the jungle? This is only one of the problems that Ashley Richards and her three teenage friends have to worry about. The yearly summers they spent together on the mysterious New Zealand island were always full of strange and weird events. But this summer things are really out of control, and the secrets and lies are finally coming to light.
Will billionaire Tyler Payne allow the young island brats to leave? Not if he wants to continue the gruesome experiments he’s been conducting over the years. Experimenting With Murder is a mysterious island adventure. It takes you on an adventure with four teenagers through the jungle, racing to find answers while hiding in fear for their lives.
The shots that Bruno had just fired rang out loudly. They were followed by another sound. It was the thud of a body hitting the ground, but that sound was drowned out by the constant roar of the waterfall. The remaining three people that had come from the other side of the cave were standing on a small isolated beach. They stood, several feet away from the picturesque waterfall that managed to hide the cave they had just emerged from. The water was actually spilling out of the rocky mouth of another opening in the cave, from above.
When the body didn’t move, Tyler Payne looked at his wife with a satisfied expression on his face. Marisol Payne immediately let out a shrill scream that was even louder than the noise from Bruno’s gun.
One minute Tyler Payne’s bodyguard had been wielding the gun, holding it on Judd and Marisol just like his boss had instructed. The next, he was pulling the trigger, obeying Tyler Payne’s orders for him to shoot Professor Richards. Now the Professor’s body lay in a bloody heap. He died before even hitting the ground.