Murder: A Perfect End to Life
by Arlie Holmes
Murder: A Perfect End to Life is the last novel in the trilogy by Arlie Holmes. In book one, Daddy Will Fix It, Sammy, the central character, pulled at readers hearts in his struggles to win love and acceptance. In book two, I Believe in Me, a set of twins were born. Thomas and Mark were as different from each other as night and day. Mark was evil as Satan himself, his twin, Thomas, was a gifted child.
In Murder: A Perfect End to Life, justice is served in ways that will have the reader sitting on the edge of their seats in suspense. In books one and two, evil seemed to win out, but in book three, good triumphs. Thomas and his Aunt Lucy write the story of Sammys life in a novel called Daddy Will Fix It which is also made into a motion picture. At the same time, a demon and his hound from Hell return to Earth to take an evil soul back to Hell with them.
In 2017, Arlie Holmes will release poetry books and a fourth novel.
About the Author:
Arlie Holmes, nicknamed Landy, was born in Virginia and raised in South Carolina. He traveled the globe teaching art programs in thirty countries. He has studied at the University of Hawaii and holds degrees from Greenville Technical College, Spartanburg Methodist College, and the University of South Carolina.
Holmes now works in health care and is an artist, poet and author. He now lives on the island of Maui, Hawaii.
(2016, Paperback, 270 pages)