By John L. Flynn, Ph.D.
Intimate Disclosure (July 2016) by John L. Flynn is the sequel to Intimate Bondage. Someone has a fetish for world destruction... Inspector Kate Dawson is called to investigate a mass murder; a call that will change her life, and possibly the whole world...forever. Certain parents have been directed to put their children to death. They are considered the Chosen Ones, destined by God to inherit the Earth. End Times Ministries, whose grand plan includes stoking the flames of Armageddon, has ordered its parishioners to close ranks and prepare for a holy war. Kate Dawson knows this is not God's will, but that of a diabolical mind.
The book is available from Cactus Moon Publications.
What Critics Are Saying. Intimate Disclosure, a Kate Dawson thriller, was released on July 1, 2016, by Cactus Moon Publications.
Intimate Disclosure is the sequel to Intimate Bondage, and starts with Detective Kate Dawson still suffering from her ordeal at the hands of the Angel of Death serial killer.
She has little time to pull herself together before facing off against fanatics from a religious cult who are plotting to trigger a massive earthquake with a stolen nuke, and thus destroy San Francisco. Here's what critics are saying:
"It reminded me of Angie Dickenson from Police Woman. Kate is tough as nails, but far from flawless. The only thing she has not lost is her job and her life, both of which sit precariously on the edge of extinction. You can not help but cheer her on. You tend to see your own issues in a different light and want her to win, kick ass. I am looking forward to the next and the next. The first I read was Intimate Bondage. It has taken what seems like forever to get the sequel. Flynn does NOT disappoint."
Review by CJ Loiacono
"Great book, it will change the way you look at reality." Review by Lascar Books
"John Flynns novel Intimate Disclosure has three things going for it: Kate Dawson, a sexy San Francisco Police detective who just will not quit; a collection of whack job religious nuts who have their members killing off their own families to welcome in the end of the world; and the City of San Francisco itself, the perfect place where anything can happen and usually does." Review by Dr. Bob Blackwood, Columbia River Reader, film critic.
"Dr. Flynn has done it again, with another can't-stop-reading race against the clock featuring the intrepid police inspector Kate Dawson!
If you thought the Zodiac Killer was sick, in Intimate Disclosure a series of apparent murder-suicides leads Kate right into a Heaven's Gate-style cult in the heart of San Francisco--even as her colleagues on the force are still doubting and blaming her for the death of one of their own.
I can think of a few A-list actresses who would be eager to portray Kate's combination of vulnerability and shrewdness (are you listening, Hollywood?). Does she find true love where she least expects it? Looks like we'll have to wait for Intimate Denial to find out!"
Review by Rosanna Tufts, host of The Tufts Get Going! on BlogTalkRadio.
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