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Oklahoma City author releases crime thriller nationwide

July 20, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY – This week marks the nationwide release of “Impression of Red,” the new suspense novel by Oklahoma City author Kim Mizar-Stern.
In the story, when Amarillo Globe News crime reporter Bridgette Allen learns about a mysterious serial killer right in her Texas hometown, she's ready to jump on the case. Soon after, she's contacted by none other than the self-proclaimed artist-killer himself, claiming that he knows her darkest secret.
When Ian Hutchins, the new police lieutenant, gets wind of her actions, he delves into Bridgette’s personal life, trying to determine everything she knows that could lead him to the murderer of three innocent women. And when she's finally exposed, Bridgette wants nothing more than to disappear, something she can't do with a predator hot on her trail and a police detail outside her house. Readers learn if the serial killer will be caught in time in this gripping and suspenseful thriller.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at, or by visiting or
Mizar-Stem lived in the Texas panhandle for 25 years and has worked as a reporter in Texas, Florida, and Oklahoma. She has degrees in history, English, and psychology. She currently lives in Oklahoma City with her husband Bobby; daughter, Annebella; and dog, Presley.
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