Leeching the Sirens by T M Prince

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"Leeching the Sirens is intelligently written and intense. Debauchery is as much a part of the artist’s drive as is his desire to perfect on canvas the beauty and form of the female figure. To that end, the author presents well-defined character portrayals and doesn’t rely on gratuitousness for the story’s suspense."
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A masked artist paints a portrait using his model's own blood. Finishing his work means ending her life. Can they find redemption for what they have done to each other?
Jessica Shawsen tells her parents she is going to Denver to spend the weekend with an old friend, Shannon. When Jessica's parents receive a message saying Jessica has run away with a man, they contact Shannon... only to find Jessica has vanished without a trace. The life she knew is turned upside-down when she becomes his latest muse; his siren. She has been abducted and is now imprisoned in the studio of a masked artist, who is taking her blood, which he uses to paint Jessica's portrait, over and over. She knows the only way to escape is to stop him - but at what cost?
 

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T M Prince is an artist, with an emphasis in figure painting, known for his works done in blood. He earned a BFA in drawing and painting from Utah State University and studied abroad in Germany. Mr. Prince lives with his wife, three young sons, and dog in Utah. His website is www.trevinprince.com.
 
Published August 30, 2015 by Little Red Leaf. 400 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime.
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on Oct 26 2015

"Leeching the Sirens is intelligently written and intense. Debauchery is as much a part of the artist’s drive as is his desire to perfect on canvas the beauty and form of the female figure. To that end, the author presents well-defined character portrayals and doesn’t rely on gratuitousness for the story’s suspense."

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