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Debra Webb

Debra Webb

Books:

Vile, April 2014
Faces of Evil #8
e-Book
My Evil Valentine, February 2014
e-Book
Vicious, December 2013
The Faces of Evil #7
Paperback
Silence, November 2013
Faces of Evil prequel
e-Book
Would-Be Christmas Wedding, November 2013
Colby Agency: The Specialists
Paperback
Ruthless, September 2013
The Faces of Evil #6
Paperback
Bridal Armor, September 2013
Colby Agency: The Specialists
Paperback
Revenge, August 2013
The Faces of Evil #5
Paperback
Dangerous Desires, July 2013
e-Book
Rage, May 2013
Faces of Evil #4
Paperback
Obsession, April 2013
Faces of Evil #1
Paperback (reprint)
Impulse, April 2013
Faces of Evil #2
Paperback (reprint)
Power, April 2013
Faces of Evil #3
Paperback (reprint)
Power, September 2012
Faces of Evil #3
e-Book
Obsession, August 2012
Faces of Evil #1
e-Book (reprint)
Impulse, August 2012
Faces of Evil #2
e-Book (reprint)
Colby Roundup, July 2012
Colby Ageny #50
Mass Market Paperback
High Noon, June 2012
Colby Agency, #49
Mass Market Paperback
Colby Law, May 2012
Colby Agency, #48
Mass Market Paperback
Broken, June 2011
Colby Agency: The New Equalizers #3
Paperback
Damaged, May 2011
Colby Agency: The New Equalizers #2
Paperback
Dirty, May 2011
Jackie Mercer #1
e-Book
Missing, April 2011
Colby Agency: The New Equalizers
Paperback
In The Dark, April 2011
Bestselling authors collection
Paperback (reprint)
Situation: Out Of Control & Full Exposure, January 2011
Paperback (reprint)
Colby Velocity, August 2010
Paperback
Colby Control, July 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Forever My Love, June 2010
Paperback
Anywhere She Runs, May 2010
Mass Market Paperback
The Intrigue Collection, February 2010
Paperback
Colby Lockdown, February 2010
Colby Agency: Under Seige
Mass Market Paperback
His Secret Life, September 2009
Colby Agency: Elite Reconnaissance
Mass Market Paperback
The Bride's Secrets, August 2009
Colby Agency: Elite Reconnaissance
Mass Market Paperback
Small-Town Secrets, July 2009
Colby Agency: Elite Reconnaissance
Mass Market Paperback
Everywhere She Turns, July 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Find Me, January 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Secrets In Four Corners, January 2009
Kenner County Crime Unit
Mass Market Paperback
Her Hidden Truth, November 2008
Safe Haven
Paperback (reprint)
Motive: Secret Baby, October 2008
The Curse of Raven's Cliff
Mass Market Paperback
Faceless, August 2008
Mass Market Paperback
Identity Unknown, July 2008
Colby Agency
Mass Market Paperback
Nameless, February 2008
Mass Market Paperback
Guardian Angel, February 2008
Colby Agency
Paperback
Colby Rebuilt, November 2007
Colby Agency
Paperback
Out-Foxxed, October 2007
Mass Market Paperback
Traceless, September 2007
Paperback
Bet Me, August 2007
Paperback
Colby vs. Colby, June 2007
Miniseries: The Equalizers
Paperback
Hostage Situation, May 2007
Miniseries: The Equalizers
Paperback
A Soldier's Oath, April 2007
Miniseries: The Equalizers
Paperback
Danger Zone, February 2007
Miniseries: Stories Set in the World of NASCAR
Paperback
Staying Alive, January 2007
Paperback
A Colby Christmas, November 2006
Miniseries: Colby Agency
Paperback
A NASCAR Holiday, November 2006
Paperback
The Hidden Heir, August 2006
Miniseries: Colby Agency
Paperback
Never Happened, July 2006
Paperback
Past Sins, June 2006
Paperback
Raw Talent, May 2006
Colby Agency: New Recruits
Paperback
Investigating 101, April 2006
Colby Agency: New Recruits
Paperback
Vows of Silence, March 2006
Paperback
Person of Interest, January 2006
Harlequin Intrigue 891
Paperback
Silent Reckoning, December 2005
Silhouette Bombshell 72
Paperback
Man of Her Dreams, June 2005
Paperback
John Doe on Her Doorstep, April 2005
Paperback
Silent Weapon, March 2005
Paperback


http://www.debrawebb.com/
Vile

Vile

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Faces of Evil #8
Pink House Press
April 2014
On Sale: March 21, 2014
Featuring: Jess Harris
ISBN: 0615938140
Kindle: B00H85PR12
e-Book
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VILE is available in paperback and ebook exclusively at Amazon

Deputy Chief Jess Harris knows her time is running out. Somehow she must protect the people she loves and any more innocent victims from the serial killer obsessed with her. Is sacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?

A child is abandoned on a downtown Birmingham street.The little blond-haired, brown-eyed girl could be Jess's child. A note is attached to her pink dress: Take me to Deputy Chief Jess Harris. Can Jess and her major crimes team find the little girl's mother before it's too late?

The search for the truth leads Jess to a farm outside a small Alabama town where someone has been planting bodies for decades. Has Jess discovered a serial killer even more prolific than Eric Spears? Even more terrifying, is this killer somehow connected to Jess? Don't miss the latest installment of this thrilling series!


The early reviewers are saying:

"The series is outstanding and my husband and I are eagerly waiting for the next book!"

"First I have to say is that if you haven't read this series, you need to get your hands on them now."

"The drama and wickedness just rolls through the book from start to finish!"

"This book had me turning pages faster than ever before."

"This book is fast moving, scary and will take you for quite the ride!"

"You do not want to put it down!"

"Vile is my favorite book so far in the Faces of Evil Series by Debra Webb."


To read the first six chapters of VILE for free go to TheFacesOfEvil.com


First chapter excerpt of VILE

Chapter 1

Sixth Avenue Flower & Gifts

Birmingham, Alabama

Monday, August 30, 10:30 a.m.

Ellen Gentry was mad as hell. She had worked at this floral shop for five years and not once had she called in sick. If her name was on the schedule, she was here—unless, of course, she was in the hospital or the morgue.

Apparently, she was the only employee with proper work ethics. Too bad her paycheck didn't reflect her dedication. She'd had to run around like a chicken with its head chopped off to fill this morning's orders all by herself. Nearly every one had been for an anniversary—not that she was complaining about that part. Anniversary arrangements were good for business and almost always included generous tips. Husbands, even the not so nice ones, typically went all out for that special celebration. A big old bouquet of flowers could get a guy out of hot water faster than almost anything.

Ellen placed the final arrangement in the walk-in cooler and breathed a sigh of relief. "Done."

It wasn't brain surgery, but her work gave her a sense of accomplishment. Speaking of surgery, she wouldn't mind snagging a doctor. There were plenty of them in Birmingham. She smoothed a hand over her hair and straightened her apron. These black slacks and white blouse were her favorites. They fit exactly right. She'd added a nice little red scarf as an accent. Looking her best wasn't just something she did for work. It never hurt to showcase her assets especially since all those husbands would be coming in to pick up their orders. Married guys were always telling their single friends about hot chicks they ran into. She looked pretty good even if she was about to turn thirty. There was still time to land a husband.

"Before all the good ones are gone," she grumbled. Or maybe they already are.

Time for a break—if she could find her drink. A quick survey of the counter and she spotted her Coke Zero right where she'd left it behind the cash register.

As she guzzled what she fondly called her coffee in a can, a frown scrunched up her brow. Why was that child still standing on the sidewalk outside the shop? The traffic was lighter now that the morning commute was over, but there were still plenty of cars whizzing along Sixth Avenue.

Ellen tossed the empty can into the trash and wandered to the door. The little blond haired girl had been standing in that same spot for going on an hour. Where in the world were her parents?

Some people were so stupid they didn't deserve to be parents. Ellen pushed through the door and the bell jingled overhead. The hot, humid air enveloped her instantly. It was going to be another scorcher. A few steps outside the door and she was already sweating.

The little girl didn't turn around. She stared out at the street as if she were lost. Was someone supposed to pick her up? Had a parent dropped her off and then driven away? How crazy was that?

"Hey there." Ellen crouched down, putting herself at eye level with the little girl who couldn't possibly be older than four. "What's your name, sweetie?"

The child turned to Ellen and then drew back in fear. Her little face was red from crying. "Don't be afraid," Ellen said gently. "Where's your momma?"

The child just stared at her without saying a word. A piece of plain white paper had been folded and fastened to her pink dress with a big safety pin. Ellen reached for the note. Surprisingly, the child held still as she removed it.

This was totally spooky. Ellen's heart beat faster as she unfolded the paper. The words there were formed with letters cut out from the newspaper and pasted together. "What in God's name?" She read the lone statement again.

Take me to Deputy Chief Jess Harris.

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