Book Spotlight: The Witch Hunter by Max Seeck

Release Date: October 27, 2020 

About The Book:

A bestselling author’s wife has been found dead in a gorgeous black evening gown, sitting at the head of an empty dining table. Her most chilling feature—her face is frozen in a ghastly smile.

At first it seems as though a deranged psychopath is reenacting the gruesome murders from the Witch Hunt trilogy, bestsellers written by the victim’s husband. But investigator Jessica Niemi soon realizes she’s not looking for a single killer but rather for dozens of believers in a sinister form of witchcraft who know her every move and are always one step ahead.

As the bodies start piling up, Jessica knows they won’t stop until they get what they want. And when her dark past comes to light, Jessica finds herself battling her own demons while desperately trying to catch a coven of killers before they claim their next victim.

About The Author:

Max Seeck devotes his time to writing professionally. An avid reader of Nordic noir for personal pleasure, he listens to film scores as he writes. His accolades include the Finnish Whodunit Society’s Debut Thriller of the Year Award 2016. Max Seeck has a background in sales and marketing and loves to promote his works, and is fluent in English and German. 

Book Blurbs: 

“…rich, intensely suspenseful…. Seeck’s debut is dark and intricate—the moments of revelation are as vividly cinematic and impactful every time.”—Booklist, STARRED Review

“Seeck imbues this riveting procedural with a deliciously creepy undertone. Readers will be excited to see what Seeck does next.”—Publishers Weekly, STARRED Review

“The heroine’s personal problems provide a fascinating counterpoint to a disturbing tale of murder and madness.”—Kirkus Reviews

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