Saturday, June 3, 2017

"The Stranger Inside"

USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Jaynes has always had a passion for writing, even if it took her a while to turn her passion into a career. After graduating from Old Dominion University with a bachelor’s degree in health sciences and a minor in management, she made her living as a content manager, webmaster, news publisher, editor, and copywriter. Then everything changed in 2014 when her first novel, Never Smile at Strangers, topped bestseller lists at USA Today, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. At that point, there was no going back.

Since her debut, Jaynes has added two more novels to the Strangers Series.

Jaynes applied the Page 69 Test to her new stand-alone thriller, The Stranger Inside, and reported the following:
Page 69 in The Stranger Inside drops us into a scene where our killer is stalking one of his young (future) murder victims while she walks from a supermarket to her apartment building. The sun is going down, and she’s on a deserted bike path and has just noticed that he’s behind her.

Yes, I do feel that this page is representative of the rest of the book. Also, that it would do a good job at inclining a reader to read on. This killer’s motive is to gain power over a certain type of woman. To strike fear into them to relieve (at least for the short term) some of the rage that torments him … and he’s doing just that on this page.
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