Mitt Winstead is an Arizona native living in Camp Verde with his wife, two Chihuahuas, and an evil Meyer’s parrot. This is Mitt’s third book in the Evil in the Mirror trilogy, which includes Evil in the Mirror and Day Stalker. When he is not writing, Mitt likes to spend quality time with his family in northern Arizona, prospect for meteors in the rugged desert, and get into the wind with his Harley-Davidson V-Rod. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out his website, www.murdermysteryevilinthemirror.com.
The Phoenix Code
Like the mythical phoenix rising from the ashes, an Arizona cop killer seems to be indestructible and immortal. He targets only rookie police and then kills them with cruel intention and purpose while carving cryptic messages, written in what appear to be Egyptian hieroglyphics, on his victims at the murder scenes.
When Jon Mull’s partner, Manny Gonzales, helps his son, Victor, join the Tucson Police Department, he has no clue that this act will haunt him forever after his son becomes a victim of the ruthless killer.
The third in a series of Jon Mull murder mysteries, this book will keep you glued to your seat and turning pages while the detective duo hunts their most ruthless killer to date while desperately trying to figure out the Phoenix Code.