Deranged Impulse

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Michelle Palmer is being held captive in an abandoned building in Toledo, Ohio. Her disappearance is discovered as the stalking of another law student, Diane Marini, is investigated. Although they never met, their lives were touched by the same misfortune. For either of them to survive, the other must die unless the police can first stop this deranged man who effortlessly blends into society.

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About J.D. Tallard

J.D. Tallard is a pen name. The author has chosen to remain anonymous to date. Prior to devoting full-time to writing, J.D. Tallard had a high profile legal career spanning more than 20 years. J.D. Tallard's first novel, "Deranged Impulse", was the result of a personal experience as the victim of a stalker. Although the idea for "Deranged Impulse" came from personal experience, the novel is fictional.

J.D. Tallard was born and raised in upstate New York, but relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada in the spring of 2009. Now retired, J.D. Tallard is enjoying being a full-time author. Tallard's next novel, "In The Name of Thy Father", has an expeted release date of Spring, 2011.


Review by: Sarah G on Jan. 10, 2011 :
Very suspenseful--kept me on the edge of my seat! It is the first publication I have read from J.D. Tallard and am already looking forward to the next. I am even going to suggest this title to my monthly book club as something a little different for us to read. Enjoy!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Debbie Miner on Nov. 04, 2010 :
A thrilling page turner...chilling in it's reality that it could happen to any woman. You just never know who you think you know. The ending was awesome. But if you skip to it before reading all the good stuff before you'll be missing a good story
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mary Beyer on Oct. 30, 2010 :
Deranged Impulse was a good, solid read. The characters and plot were well developed. It kept me guessing throughout and had me turning the pages. I was pleasantly surprised by this first time author and look forward to Tallard's new release in the Spring.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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