Tuesday, May 16, 2017 | By: Cafe

Tuesday Special: Bentley Wells

Bentley Wells


Homicide detectives Michael McConnell and Aaron Simmons of the Columbus (Ohio) Police Department investigate the brutal murders of two women.  There are no witnesses and few clues, except for unfamiliar words the killer has printed in lipstick on each victim―words which have demonic connotations, making the detectives wonder if they are dealing with a serial killer or a demon from Hell.  As McConnell and Simmons dig for the truth, they discover a decades-old third murder with the same MO.  This victim had ties to The Paradise Coven, a mysterious club that may be responsible for all three murders. Unfortunately, the terrible secret the detectives unravel may have far-reaching consequences.

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Bentley Wells, a pseudonym, is a native of Kentucky.  Under his legal name he has written several short stories and numerous poems that have been published in literary magazines and anthologies. His nonfiction includes articles in journals, chapters in books, entries in encyclopedias, and several books.  The Paradise Coven is his first novel.




2 comments:

HiDee said...

Thank you for being with us today, Bentley!

Charmaine Gordon said...

Thanks to HiDee for the introduction of this author. Bentley, your story sounds very interesting. I wish you the best in this new part of your life.

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