Saturday, April 05, 2014

New Indie Book Release: Victim (Greg Sigley)


New Indie Book Release:
Victim - Greg Sigley
Murder Mystery - (236 pages - March 2014)

Victim a human drama that is heightened by the murder of a small-town college student. The hero, Tommy, is portrayed as a very real man with flaws and emotions. The novel also deals with the issue of adult bullying, something that is rarely portrayed in a negative light in the media. This is a cautionary tale about what can happen when bullying gets out of control.

About the Book

Victim (Greg Sigley)
Click to Read an Excerpt
Evil begets evil, or so they say. But for whom, and who must pay the price for that evil? Every day people are bullied and tossed aside by a world that wants nothing to do with the weak.

Who are the weak? And who are the strong? And who decides?

Sheriff Tommy Languis must figure out which one of these he is going to be when his small college town is ravaged by the murder of one of its young students. He soon finds that lurking just beneath the surface of his quiet city is a volcano of emotions ready to burst and destroy anyone that gets in the way. The investigation leads him to discover that bullies aren’t just someone you deal with in school but someone that stays with you in different forms for the rest of your life. He must piece together a puzzle of emotional abuse that cycles around and hits his own home. As Tommy’s personal life is falling apart, he must figure out who is killing off members of the student population, while keeping the reporters and members of a fanatical church from riling up the already emotionally-charged community.

Can Tommy solve the mystery before his small town crumbles on itself?





About the Author

Author Greg Sigley
Author Greg Sigley
Greg Sigley was born in a small town in West Virginia to a coal mining family.

He spent hours creating characters in his head as a child that would someday come to life in his works. He released his debut novel, Obsession, in 2013. (Check out the New Release Article to Obsession on Indie Author News)

Greg's free time is spent catching up on DVRed television shows and looking up random information on Wikipedia. He has been described as "awful, but funny."


Connect with Greg Sigley via Goodreads
and Twitter: @G_Sigley .