Monday, March 18, 2013

"Rage Against the Dying"

Becky Masterman is the acquisitions editor for a press specializing in medical textbooks for forensic examiners and law enforcement. She grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and received her MA in creative writing from Florida Atlantic University. She lives in Tucson, Arizona, with her husband.

Masterman applied the Page 69 Test to Rage Against the Dying, her first thriller, and reported the following:
Would you look at that, it's true! On page 69 of Rage Against the Dying, my heroine is watching TV with her husband and a news report comes on that shows the hideous crime scene she was at that day where they found the mummies hidden in an abandoned car. She tries to distract the husband with sherbet because she doesn't want him to know about the kind of awful world she has lived in. That's the whole story. Except for the rapist in the dry riverbed. And the guy who confesses to serial murders he didn't commit. And the ears...
Learn more about Rage Against the Dying at the publisher's website.

My Book, The Movie: Rage Against the Dying.

--Marshal Zeringue