A Slow Burner

J.C. Moore Author Interview

Hidden by the Dark follows a sheriff who’s investigating a series of murders and must find out who or what is causing them before it’s too late. Did you plan the tone and direction of the novel before writing or did it come out organically as you were writing?

Yes, I approached the story with tone being central. I wanted to create a slow burner with a ton of tension.

What were some themes that were important for you to explore in this book?

How people can rise above the evils in the world and care for one another.

What is the next book that you are working on and when will it be available?

Dead In The Shadows (Pine Creek Thriller Book 2). It is out September 4th.

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Something terrifying has awakened in the mountains…

A sheriff and his deputy investigate several brutal murders in a coal mining community where fear and terror have struck. As the investigation continues, they piece together a shocking and terrifying puzzle that leads him to believe that the murders may be the work of a serial killer.

Or is it someone from out of town? Or worse yet, is there something even more sinister?

The murders seem to have no pattern or motive, leaving them struggling to find answers. With time running out, the sheriff must find the killer before he strikes again.

If you are a fan of Dean Koontz, James Rollins, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child, Stephen King, or Michael Crichton, you will love Hidden By The Dark.

This book is the first in the Pine Creek Thriller series.

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