Stalking Gideon Cain


What does a bestselling author do when the femme fatales from his psychological thrillers come to life . . . and try to kill him?



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Bestselling author Gideon Cain is losing his mind. Everywhere he turns lately, the femme fatales from his psychological thrillers show up—live and in person. Are they actresses playing a cruel joke on him, figments of his increasingly terrifying delusions, or fantastical vigilantes sprung to life from the pages of his books? All he knows for certain is if he doesn’t find answers soon, he’s bound for the psych ward.

When one of his fictional antagonists poisons him on a flight home from a book-signing tour, he realizes that someone isn’t just messing with his mind—they’re trying to kill him.

Now he’s running for his life from an enemy with a weapon so deadly it can kill with the touch of a button. Only an enigmatic woman from his tragic past can help him discover the truth behind his adversary’s vendetta. And time is running out to stop the madman who is stalking Gideon Cain.

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“Stalking Gideon Cain is an express train packed full of action and fueled with well-crafted dialogue and vivid characters. Denney does a masterful job keeping us questioning what is real and what is imagined by the protagonist. As with all of his novels, Stalking Gideon Cain gifts us with characters destined to be loved or hated and shares a captivating storyline that makes the book almost impossible to put down.” – Mark Reefe, author of Spindle Lane and The Road to Jericho

“Kerry Alan Denney has done it again, blending his talent with words, his love of animals, and his innate sense of justice to produce another great story. Actions have consequences, and some seemingly benign actions have severe consequences, as the novel’s protagonist finds out. Woven with careful research, brilliant descriptions, and his love of suspenseful twisted endings, Denney has another winner. Highly recommended.” – Deborah D. Moore, author of The Journal and the EMPulse series