Journey Man

[PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons - Journey Man, Journey Man The tombstone reads Richard Carter It has a fine Latin inscription and a death date Unlike his wife Jill he finds it easy to dismiss as a prank He s concerned with the Jane Doe who turns up asphyxiat|[PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons, Journey Man, A.R. Simmons, Journey Man The tombstone reads Richard Carter It has a fine Latin inscription and a death date Unlike his wife Jill he finds it easy to dismiss as a prank He s concerned with the Jane Doe who turns up asphyxiated and shockingly posed It is the unmistakable signature of a sexual predator a monster deep into his fantasy a man probably already seeking his next victim An The tombstone reads Richar

  • Title: Journey Man
  • Author: A.R. Simmons
  • ISBN: 116666115128125111
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Kindle Edition

[PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons, Journey Man, A.R. Simmons, Journey Man The tombstone reads Richard Carter It has a fine Latin inscription and a death date Unlike his wife Jill he finds it easy to dismiss as a prank He s concerned with the Jane Doe who turns up asphyxiated and shockingly posed It is the unmistakable signature of a sexual predator a monster deep into his fantasy a man probably already seeking his next victim An The tombstone reads Richar [PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons - Journey Man, Journey Man The tombstone reads Richard Carter It has a fine Latin inscription and a death date Unlike his wife Jill he finds it easy to dismiss as a prank He s concerned with the Jane Doe who turns up asphyxiat

[PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons - Journey Man, Journey Man The tombstone reads Richard Carter It has a fine Latin inscription and a death date Unlike his wife Jill he finds it easy to dismiss as a prank He s concerned with the Jane Doe who turns up asphyxiat

  • [PDF] Journey Man | by ☆ A.R. Simmons
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Journey Man

About “A.R. Simmons

  • A.R. Simmons

    AR Simmons writes The Richard Carter Mystery Suspense series Obsession drives each of his monsters, and monsters they are PTSD and OCD drive Richard himself as he evolves from a damaged soldier, to amateur sleuth, to professional criminalist albeit in a small and underfunded rural Ozark sheriff s department AR no punctuation was born in Chicago, but his roots run four generations deep in Miss AR Simmons writes The Richard Carter Mystery Suspense series Obsession drives each of his monsters, and monsters they are PTSD and OCD drive Richard himself as he evolves from a damaged soldier, to amateur sleuth, to professional criminalist albeit in a small and underfunded rural Ozark sheriff s department AR no punctuation was born in Chicago, but his roots run four generations deep in Missouri Ozark soil He uses the area s culture, language, and small town s to tell stories both quaintly old fashioned and as timely as the worst of today s headlines Blue Creek is Everytown , and Richard is an Everyman who learns, that Man is positively inclined to evil

159 thoughts on “Journey Man

  • I liked it was very down to earth and the sparks of humor added in This novel was suspenseful and very well written as a standalone even though it s my first time reading this series and it s book 11 I ve started on I was able to get to know the characters profoundly well through the plot The descriptions were very detailed but not overly so The rural setting was spectacular and very authentic It had me reminiscing over the humble beginnings of the rural life I had come from in Mississippi I lik [...]


  • I love this series This book is well written with great characters The story developed at a steady pace so it never lagged, has perfect amount of backstory so understand the roles of characters and plot development.I was on the edge of my seat through entire book, trying to narrow down the who done it and I couldn t put it down I don t give away spoilers, but I highly recommend this book and this series as A MUST READ You will love it


  • Richard Carter is a deputy sheriff in a rural Missouri town One day, he is called out to a cemetery where a tombstone with his name and a death date two months in the future has been recently erected While it s apparently not a crime to put up a tombstone for someone who is still alive, the event leaves Carter unnerved Is this meant as a joke or is it something sinister Whatever the cause, he doesn t have long to ponder the significance, because a body is soon discovered in the woods Richard Car [...]


  • I loved this book I ve read all eleven They were all excellent, but this was the best I hope there will be a twelfth.


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