S J Wilke

SJ Wilke has graduated from writing humorous articles for Information Technology trade rags to using her degree in Psychology and expertise in computers to create books with a psychological edge to delve into the world of murder, the supernatural, and that nice girl who just happens to be a gun-for-hire. She loves to make her characters as real as can be, drawing from the people she has met around the world and her own experiences. She is a world traveller and never knows where she’ll sit down with her laptop to write. Her three four-footed editors and critics (the cats) monitor her on a daily basis.

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Interview 30 January 2020

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A String of Murder

Laura sees strings. Strings are memories people create during heightened emotional episodes. These strings are left behind on inanimate objects, creating a history that Laura can read. Not a bad skill to have for an antique appraiser. However, not all strings are good. When she bumps into a serial killer with twenty-three bloody strings attached to his knife, things become personal. Her best friend, Carol, is dating him. Laura suspects Carol is his next victim.