Julia Dudek lives with her fiance and two wonderful children in New Jersey. She graduated from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey with a degree in Historical Studies, and from Monmouth University with a Master of Arts in Teaching.
Julia has received numerous awards for her writing while in college, most notably The Ignie LaFluer Endowed Scholarship Award for her short story, “The Color of Homage.” Pieces, her first novel, spent multiple months as a best-selling thriller on Smashwords. Falling in Two is the sequel to Pieces, and Julia is currently working on another stand-alone project to be released next year.
Julia has been a professional writer for twelve years, and currently writes marketing content for an engineering firm when she's not writing fiction. You can follow her on Twitter @JuliaDudek.
By Julia Dudek
Published: November 3, 2012.
Sequel to the Smashwords best-selling thriller Pieces, Falling in Two takes us one year after the vigilante killing spree of Angelique McCourt, who craves nothing more than a normal life. But when copycat murders start popping up across the City, she wonders if the monster inside is truly gone.
By Julia Dudek
You set the price!
Published: November 19, 2009.
(4.63 from 16 reviews)
Angelique isn’t a killer, not truly—but witnessing the murder of her best friend and discovering that the killer’s identity is missing from her memory sends her moral compass spinning wildly out of control. She must remember-before Det. Ben Marsden learns that the person behind the city’s string of bizarre killings, and the woman he's fallen helplessly in love with, are one and the same.
In the evolution of Jade Walker from a simple librarian to the ultimate killing machine, author Dan Fitzpatrick takes us on an adventure in Vision: Evan's Book where an unlikely hero discovers he is the only person who can stop the deadliest serial killer the world has ever known. This genre-bending thriller leaves no elemental stone unturned with its blend of nail-biting suspense, heart-pounding action, sci-fi mystique, and romantic intrigue. What I thought was especially clever was the thoughtful structure of the novel--how the author revolved us around the story in three hundred sixty degrees, often jumping through time to reveal more of the back-story, leaving us fully immersed under the many layers that make up Vision. Fitzpatrick's page-turning cliffhangers are inspired and unforgiving, but none are as merciless as the last, which will launch us into the sequel, Vision II: The Black Skull, poised to answer the questions that left us dangling on the edges of our seats. Dark, compelling, and thoroughly entertaining, five stars for Fitzpatrick's debut novel.
Awesome debut novel from Allison B. Levine! Twisted, dark, sexy, evil...everything a novel should be. Allison has a way of making you feel like you're right in the room with the characters as she weaves you through this epic tale of vampire meets girl...Can't wait to read the sequel!