Book: Sheaves of Zion - A Murder Mystery by E.W. Sullivancategories: Book, Psychological, African-American, Zion, Mormon, Murder Mystery, Hardcore Crime, Mormon History, Black Detective, Profiler, Southern Crime Mystery
E.W. Sullivanabout this book: My wife, Anita, is a big moviegoer. She especially likes the crime mystery and thriller genre, although she covers her eyes during the scary parts. I get a big kick out of watching her: eyes stretching wide or squinting (depending on the scene), mouth hanging down to her feet, a hand full of popcorn bouncing around in her cheeks. If only I had the presence of mind to bring a camera, it would have been worth the "hubby timeout".
When I set out to write Sheaves of Zion, I envisioned a story that would grab the reader's attention from the very beginning. I wanted intriguing characters, a well-crafted plot, scenic settings and a fascinating storyline. I wanted wide eyes and hanging mouths, scratching heads and cheeks full of mindlessly eaten popcorn. I wanted a book that read like a movie, a movie that my wife would enjoy.
Sheaves of Zion is a murder mystery that explores criminality motivated by either an ancient belief system or an ancient cultural system. Which of these is at the heart of the murders, if either one, is left to criminal profiler and psychologist, Dr. Thelonious Zones, to figure out. His theories of why dead bodies are being left in holy places in parts of Georgia are doubted by law enforcement. He must risk his career to prove them correct, solving the murders and saving lives or fail and risk seeing the murderer carry out his scheme to its very end.
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