The Pied Piper, by Ridley Pearson:
Seattle police detective Lou Boldt once again takes the lead in police thriller THE PIED PIPER, the moniker given a kidnapper who steals infants from their cribs, leaving only a penny flute behind. But when Lou’s own daughter is abducted and used as a pawn to stymie the investigation, Lou the lawman comes into direct conflict with Lou the father. As Lou takes the initiative to go it alone while trying to save his daughter, his integrity, and his career, he learns that he is not really alone after all, and that can be a good thing.
NOTE: The above is a sample pitch, categorized by type of fiction, that I wrote for instructional purposes only. This “pitch” was written after the book was published and was never used by the author or anyone else to actually pitch a book.
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