Nike Chillemi’s latest story is filled with mystery and intrigue. I love the characters, especially the quirky ones. And yes, I do have a favorite. Nike hears it every time he shows up on the page. LOL. I also love the scenes with food. Let me tell ya, I’m always hungry after reading a chapter. Last Days is Nike’s best book so far, and I can’t wait to see what she writes next.
Here is what others are saying about the book.
I could almost feel the ocean breezes and taste the local cuisine along with detectives Katerina Andruko and swoon-worthy profiler Dimitri Garmonin as they try to solve what seems to be a simple case. – Naomi Musch, multi-published historical romance author
In the Sunshine State, a mysterious death and perplexing circumstances put both justice and love on the line for Detective Kat Andruko. Don’t miss this tension-laced, twist-filled detective story from Nike N. Chillemi. – H.L. Wegley, multi-published thriller and suspense author
A spry elderly woman has died mysteriously in a Florida coastal town, and the head of a clandestine organization in Washington D.C is interested in the case. All evidence, or lack thereof, points to accidental death, but Detective Katerina “Kat” Andruko has nagging doubts. She also has doubts about a mysterious phone call profiler Dimitri Garmonin, PhD, her intended, took and hid from her.
As if that wasn’t enough, Kat’s former fiancé and fellow law enforcement officer gleefully taunts her, predicting the demise of her relationship with Dimitri. Her future mother-in-law thinks she’s less than demure and not suitable marriage material for her son.
Meanwhile, all leads on the elderly woman’s death go nowhere. Old enemies at the local TV station are calling the police incompetent. They air an unfavorable segment about Dimitri. Just as Kat and Dimitri reluctantly begin to believe the death was accidental, the woman’s neighbor goes missing.
YOU CAN READ the first chapter here.
About the Author
Nike N. Chillemi has a passion for crime fiction. She writes detective stories and mysteries with a national security twist. Some have called her novels “classic whodunits,” while others think they’re “cozy thrillers,” loaded with taut suspense with a healthy dose of wry humor. She’s known for compelling main characters, zany and quirky secondary and tertiary characters, and dangerous villains. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and is the founding board member of the Grace Filled Fiction Spotlight (formerly Grace Awards).
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