NOVELS BY W.D. FROLICK
W.D. Frolick's new novel New York City Murders is in the final draft stage and is currently being shopped to traditional publishers. The novel is a stand-alone sequel to The Cabin: A Murder Mystery
NYPD Homicide Detective Buck Woods returns to New York City after what was supposed have been a restful and stress-free six-month sabbatical in his hometown of Orono, Maine. The time off turned out to be the exact opposite of what Woods had expected.
When he arrives back in New York, Woods is teamed up with a "rookie" partner. Detective Kristie Karlsson is an intelligent, sexy, drop-dead gorgeous woman in her late thirties. The two detectives are immediately attracted to one another, and sparks begin to fly.
Woods and Karlsson are assigned cases from the murder of a famous actor on Broadway, to homicide and corruption in the NYPD. They deal with rival gangs and bloodshed on the dirty drug-infested streets of the Bronx and are sent on a risky covert operation half-way around the world. Their mission is to locate, capture and figure out a way to bring a devious, corrupt NYPD cop suspected of murder home to face justice. The problem they face is the country does not have an extradition treaty with the United States.
Beta-reader Janet Barradas says: "New York City Murders is a gripping page-turning thriller filled with murder, mystery, suspense, intrigue, and an unexpected ending. I envision the novel being made into a movie and becoming a New York Times bestseller."
Beta-reader Norm Ryan says: "I started to read New York City Murders mid-afternoon and couldn't put it down until the last page was finished, after one a.m. the next morning. W.D. Frolick's best novel to date!"
THE PRESSURE IS MOUNTING AND THE CLOCK IS TICKING!
Dectective Mike McMahon and his partner, Detective Sergeant Rose Goodwin, have been assigned the task of catching a vicious serial killer who is terrorizing the Nashville music community.
The two detectives and the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department(MNPD) are under unrelenting pressure and criticism from Jeff Stone, Investigative Reporter, of the Nashville Star Daily newspaper.
The cunning and elusive killer repeatedly calla Detective McMahon on his cell phone, playing mind games, taunting and daring Mike, and his partner to catch him.
How many lives will be lost before the psychotic killer can be caught and brought to justice?
Upon arriving back in town, Buck meets up with his old high school buddy, Detective Jim Barkowsky, at the local watering hole, Kelly's Bar & Grill. Jim invites Buck to stay with him, his wife, and their two children.
The next morning Buck and Jim go to checkout Buck's new home, an old run down log cabin he inherited from his grandfather. The property is located on two acres of land on Pushaw Lake, just outside of Orono. Upon entering the cabin, they discover the decomposing body of an unidentified man. The victim died from a single gunshot wound. It is obvious that he was murdered.
Jim and Buck set out to solve the murder by putting the pieces of the puzzle together. Unexpected twists, turns, and obstacles abound leading to a climax that puts Buck's life on the line.