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Frozen Past (A Jaxon Jennings' Detective Mystery Thriller Series, Book 1) [Format Kindle]

Richard C Hale

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Jaxon Jennings. Cop. Homicide detective. Partner. He always had your back and rarely made mistakes.

Until the death of his son. Until the night he couldn’t save him. Until everything he held dear was taken away from him.

Now, a shell of a man, his reckless actions mark him as a burn-out. A Loner. A dangerous man whom many in the Fairfax County Police Department cannot trust. The criminals he pursues in the suburbs of Washington D. C. are nothing more than ways to bide his time until his next drink, next fix, next loss of control. His past haunts him no matter how hard he tries to hide from it.

So, when a boy’s body shows up floating under the ice of a quiet neighborhood pool, Jaxon finds himself immersed in a world where the ghosts of his past feel too close for comfort. A psychopath is using the innocent in ways that appear familiar.

Jaxon’s past is catching up with him. And the anger that seethes below the surface threatens to destroy not only his life, but the lives of a group of kids somehow connected with him. The answers are locked, frozen in the part of his past he refuses to confront. But people are counting on him. And he must do anything to save them.

Anything. Even if it costs him his life.

**The next exciting Jaxon Jennings’ Thriller is now available. You can find CACHE 72 by clicking on the author name above and navigating to Richard C Hale’s Amazon Author page**

Interview With The Author

Q - So, what makes the Jaxon Jennings’ Thriller Mystery Series so special?

A – Jaxon’s not your typical hero. He’s flawed, and that makes him entertaining. As a reader, I want to be entertained and thrilled. I’m a fan of the Action & Adventure and Thriller genres, so it was natural for me to write in them. I’m also a lover of things that go bump in the night and I add a little creepiness just to make things interesting.

Not only will you want to keep reading late into the night, the pace and action keeping your nose in the page, but when you finally close the book, you’ll probably keep the light on as well.

“Help me…”

Q – With the main story focusing around two younger characters, is Frozen Past written for adults?

A – It’s definitely an adult book. With a Thriller, a certain amount of violence and adult material is expected, and Frozen Past definitely fits into that category. Younger readers are not the target audience of the Jaxon Jennings’ series.

Jaxon is introduced to the reader in Frozen Past, and though it is not really a prequel, he shares the spotlight with Luke and Ellie, two teenagers who find themselves thrust into a killer’s world for seemingly no reason at all. I feel the divide between the adult world and the kids’ world makes the story that much more enthralling.

Q – Should the series be read in any certain order?

A – Each book is a separate story and I wrote them to be enjoyed in any order. If you find you like to stick to a chronological timeline, I’d suggest following this sequence:

- Frozen Past
- Cache 72
- Father Figure

Jaxon Jennings’ Mystery Thriller Series eBook Categories:

- Crime Thrillers
- Mystery Action
- Mystery Adventure
- Thriller Free Books
- Detective Thrillers
- Murder Fiction
- Serial Killer Fiction

Thank you for reading!

Biographie de l'auteur

Richard C Hale has worn many hats in his lifetime including Greens Keeper, Bartender, Musician, Respiratory Therapist, and Veteran Air Traffic Controller. You can usually find him controlling Air Traffic over the skies of the Southeastern U.S. where he lives with his wife and children.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1523 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 328 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : Three Thirty A.M. Publishing (5 mars 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B007HETCU6
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Richard C Hale has worn many hats in his lifetime including Greens Keeper, Bartender, Musician, Respiratory Therapist, and Veteran Air Traffic Controller. You can usually find him controlling Air Traffic over the skies of the Southeastern U.S. where he lives with his wife and children.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining all around! 26 mars 2012
Par Eager Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is the first Richard Hale novel I've read, and I've found a new author. Along with my favorite NY Times Best-Selling authors, I will check out Hale's other novels and look forward to future releases.

Not normally a person drawn to the young adult genre, I wasn't sure what I would think of this book. But don't let the book blurb fool you. This is a thriller, through and through.

The story is told through multiple viewpoints - the teenagers Luke and Ellie, the killer and the police detective Jaxon Jennings.

When it comes to the teenagers, and their group of friends, Hale did an excellent job in capturing the essence of being that age. It's as if he were that age just yesterday the way he has them interact and think.

The book starts out with an arranged meeting for a snowball fight between neighborhood teen boys, but Hale's writing voice pulled me through. It didn't take long for a gruesome discovery, which cut the game short. From this point, he really had me.

The killer is one twisted, and sick man with his affection set on young kids. He lures them by whispering out from bushes, also covered from the darkness of night "help me" - creepy. With more deaths, and more gruesome findings, the kids still think they can handle things on their own. Even, when Luke and Ellie are befriended by a strange man on Facebook, who is obviously the killer, they believe they can handle the situation.

In the meantime, with the bodies of young boys being discovered, Detective Jaxon Jennings and his partner Sally are assigned the case. It seems whenever they turn around Luke and his friends are somehow connected with the findings, but with nothing concrete tying them to the crimes. This leads the detectives, eventually, to seek help from the FBI, which results in the involvement of Jennings' ex-wife.

Hale created a believable and unique character in Detective Jaxon Jennings. He's not the cookie-cutter, cardboard model - obsessed with his career, single or going through a rough divorce, or divorced because of the job. Jennings, although, a good cop at heart, is broken. His past pushes him to the bottle to numb any feelings he has, and proves to be something he needs to work on if he's going to solve the case. I loved how Hale weaved Jennings' past into the plot of this book. (You'll have to read the book to find out what this is.)

Hale captures emotion, seemingly effortlessly, and in turn this created reactions from me. During this read, I experienced a spectrum of emotion - anger, fear, and heartbreak to name a few. I even found myself "talking" to the characters more than once. When an author can elicit these reactions, I consider this a true talent.

With unexpected turns at every corner, and an extra twist at the end, I will definitely revisit another Hale novel. Although, I had a hard time deciding who my favorite character was, I would like to see more of Jennings and his partner moving forward.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Frozen Past-spoiler alert of violence 17 mai 2012
Par karbie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
While this book appears at the beginning to be told from the viewpoints of young teens, I don't think I would have gotten it if I had realized just how violent and disturbing this book is. As you proceed, there are adult voices as well, police procedures and evil. the first death is that of Ellie's dog, who is found headless in the snow. A group of 13 year old kids begin to receive taunting e-mails from the person who killed the animal. The mistake was thinking that everything was being done by another teen.
The author writes a well paced, taut suspense novel but despite the young characters, this is not a book children should be reading. If it were a film, it would get an R-rating for violence. Revenge murders, kidnapping, torture made all too real by the author. I wish that I had never bought it or read it.
125 internautes sur 141 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Holy CRAP~!+!~!~!~! 10 août 2012
Par lkh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I admit that I could not put this book down, but I should have deleted it from my KINDLE and quit reading it way before the ending. TOO MUCH violence!!!! I had bad dreams last night and still finished the stupid story this morning. I love books that I can't predict what is going to happen or how the book will end but this book was soooo gruesome!! No way could I predict how this one would end and yes I was shocked!! It's scary to me that an author can even come up with a story so horrific~
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Started out good 3 février 2013
Par Kindle fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I thought this book started out well. It grabbed my attention immediately, and was a very easy read. (Although, like many of the other free Kindle books I noticed some typos etc). Like several other reviewers I wondered after awhile if this was aimed at teens,because the writing outside of the all the violence and some sexual content seemed reather juvenile. After I had read about 60%, I found the book very predicatable -am I the only one? - and rather unbelievable really. The actions of the children and adults were both annoying. At any rate when I was 80% done I really wanted to hurry up and finish as I don't like to leave a book unread. It was sheer torture getting through the last 20%. I skimmed through the constant hand holding and hair stroking of both the detectives and children, ho hum. I had already predicted how it was going to end, and I was right. I guess I can't complain too much as I got it for free. But wow, I wish I hadn't wasted my time. There have got to be better free reads.
29 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Gripping Violence - Not for Young Readers 14 août 2012
Par Alex Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is a well written book and the author tells a great story - just very violent. I agree with some of the other reviewers that it is a bit confusing whether this book is intended for younger readers as it centers on young characters. I actually think this would a better story and book if it were about older characters. Overall, a good read if you like violent thrillers, just not for young readers.
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