The Face of Fear by R. J. Torbert
A Powers and Johnson Novel (Powers and Johnson Novels)

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Who do you love? It is a question we have all been asked yet, in The Face of Fear it is a erie message that has a different meaning. A subtle message using these words received by a killer can be horrifying, as it would give anyone frightening thoughts about their loved ones.

Ghost Face makes a return like you have never seen or read before by getting involved in the middle of a kidnapping investigation led by Detectives Powers and Johnson who have two different views on how to handle the case. Things go national as the killings begin, and their personal lives become even more complicated.

With the help of their fellow police officers,Powers and Johnson attempt to put the pieces of the puzzle together, and realize that no one can be trusted or is beyond suspicion as the work to solve the case that has become a game to the kidnappers.

Deborah Lance has been kidnapped on the ferry in the tiny village of Port Jefferson which leads to a series of murders. Powers and Johnson work quickly to find the reasons why and who is behind the kidnapping, the murders and the Ghost Face mask.

The Face of Fear will capture your attention as well as your heart, in this action packed novel. It will leave you answering the question Who do you love?
 

About R. J. Torbert

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R. J. Torbert has been a key figure in the behind the scenes history of the mask since 1996. He is responsible for the legal baptism of the name Ghost Face. In addition, he continues his responsibilities as Director of Licensing which includes continuing the protection of the copyrights, and trademarks for Ghost Face. He lives not far from the village of Port Jefferson that gave him inspiration to write this story based in the village location. R.J. is proud to say he is a veteran of our armed forces.Author's Home: Mount Sinai, NY
 
Published March 24, 2013 by TwoHarbors. 466 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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