POSTPONED - Sherry Briscoe Author Event - Rediscovered Books Caldwell

Thursday, March 19, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Join us in the vault at Rediscovered Books - Caldwell as we visit with local Mystery writer, Sherry Briscoe, as she discusses her writing and her upcoming second book in the Moonshadows series. 

In one short summer, Tazia’s entire world is shattered. The only way to survive is to go against everything she’s believed in.

A small-town reporter. A city detective. Will murder and black magic extinguish love’s spark?

Tazia Drake left her Sioux heritage behind to pursue her journalistic dreams. For now, she focuses on community police reports, knowing her readership appreciates solid facts. But the mystical instincts she’s suppressed resurface when she meets a smoking-hot cop while covering a gruesome killing.

Detective Matteo Alfieri won’t rest until he’s caught the darkest predator of his career. Unable to disclose the real reason for his arrival from NYC, his suspicions grow when a stunning journalist shares insider crime-scene evidence. But he’s distracted when his assignment draws in a deadly perpetrator.

As the heat between Tazia and Matteo intensifies, the body count rises. Each grisly death bears the same eerie MO, convincing Tazia a Native American spirit is coming for her. And with Matteo certain she possesses a sixth sense unique to her culture, he fears he’s placed the alluring woman in the line of fire.

Can the couple catch a murderer before their passion is cut short by a sinister killer?

Fine Line of Denial is the first book in the chilling Moon Shadows romantic suspense series. If you like sizzling attractions, a dash of menace, and a touch of supernatural, you’ll adore Sherry Briscoe’s devilish tale.

Sherry Briscoe is an award-winning author of mystery, suspense, and supernatural thrillers. Her childhood heroes were Alfred Hitchcock and Edgar Allan Poe, and she insists that episodes of The Twilight Zone made perfectly fine bedtime stories. A native Idahoan with Cajun and Cherokee heritage, she holds degrees in Journalism, Photography, and Adult Education. She is a world traveler, US Army Veteran, founder of the Idaho Screenwriters Association, active board member of the Idaho Writers Guild, and professional speaker and workshop facilitator.

This event is free and open to the public.  Books are available in store prior to or on the evening of the event. 

Sherry will be signing books after the event.  


Event address: 
802 Arthur
Caldwell, ID 83605