Thursday, December 12, 2013

Has Jack the Ripper returned? Stop in and find out with L.A. Wright

Leslie A. Wright

    Shhhhh...Turn on those flashlights and stay together! Let's walk through the dark back-alleys in search of Jack the Ripper...LA Wright's story will take us there...

     Through the annals of time, one of the most horrific mysteries remains a question. Who was Jack the Ripper?
   Disappearing as quickly as he appears, he escapes accountability for the brutality and egotistical nature of his crimes. However, Karma is an integral part of life, judging all actions for their corrective purpose.

    Delve into this phenomenon for a different take on history. Unable to complete his agenda, the Ripper returns time after time, wreaking his final vengeance on those who draw his ire. Follow his evil as he moves through the ages.
     Shifting quickly, he eludes Karma as he continues his murderous intent. Escaping fate as he continues his gruesome deeds, he remains ahead of Karma's Champion.
     Unaware of being shadowed, he visits his brand of terror in a seemingly never-ending loop. Fate takes a stand, as the time of his dominion is past. In his maniacal manner, he has set in motion a chain of events that puts a child at risk. To sever the loop, his final stand brings his past before him in a way he cannot have anticipated. Unable to elude the hunter he finds the answer to his Karmic balance, as the souls of his past become the justice of his future.
     Feel the anticipation and anger as evil continues on a crash course with destiny.


   Leslie Ann Wright is an avid reader and blogger. She blogs reviews for her blog Tic Toc as well as Blog Critics and The Romance Reviews.
    She released her Debut novel, Splintered: Sierra's Legacy, two years ago, and is a contributing author to Christmas lites, along with several other Good Reads authors. Currently preparing to publish, The Karma Stone, she is at work on editing her newest work, Face the Music: A Connie Lou and Elisa too Adventure.
    Leslie lives in the Northwest with her husband Terry and is an avid traveler. When she isn't working on writing she tries to spend time with her children and grand children.

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