Camas author, Seth Sjostrom, releases his latest thriller this September. Dark Chase, an FBI paranormal thriller uses rural America as the setting for the novel.
Why are the residents of a quaint farm town inexplicably dropping dead?
An FBI team has been called to investigate why the population of the seemingly sweet town of Hope, ND appears to be being literally scared to death.
Professor Ryder Chase and his team of paranormal researchers have been assigned to assist with the
investigation, much to the bane of no-nonsense FBI Special Agent Devon Jeffers. The oppositional mix of
Professor Chase, Agent Jeffers and their respective teams struggle to manage their stark, at times comical, differences.
Faced with unexplainable events, weathering brutal storms and wild chases through cornfields, the team takes the case deadly serious as one of their own go down.
Can they pull together in time to solve the mystery before more people die?
A fascination with finding scientific facts to explain the seemingly unexplainable inspired Sjostrom to write Dark Chase. A lifetime of family trips to Hope, North Dakota to visit his grandfather and extended family inspired him to make Hope the setting for his latest thriller. “I always love visiting Hope. There is such charm and the epitome of Americana. The kindest people you would ever meet, overwhelming sense of peace, just a wonderful town in the middle of our country. I wanted share it with my readers and pay homage to my family,” Sjostrom shares.
“I’ll admit, I was a bit nervous making Hope one of the stars of the book. After all, it is a thriller with unpleasant things happening there and a brash FBI agent with no qualms turning his nose up at the simple, hardworking community…I wanted to make sure that the town and the people of Hope were represented as the way I see them. Kind, generous and welcoming,” Sjostrom added.
A serial entrepreneur, adventurer and author, Dark Chase, is Sjostrom’s seventh novel. The thrillers Blood in the Snow, Blood in the Water, Blood in the Sand, Penance, as well as the romances, Finding Christmas and Back to Carolina were his first books published.
For more information regarding Seth or his books, visit www.sethsjostrom.com.