Monday, October 19, 2009

Cat Connor with her "Killerbyte" in Bookland Heights

With a new and exciting voice, Cat Connor introduces Ellie Conway, an FBI Agent who challenges the rules with her attitude, sense of the ridiculous and how she tackles a serial murderer with a difference: a murderer connected with Ellie’s internet poetry chat room.

With a litter of bodies ‘presented’ in unexpected places, Killerbyte is a provocatively bizarre and entertaining dance. Ellie, with the aid of Mac Connelly, must track down a seemingly motiveless and ghost-like murderer, who defies detection. After her own mother is dispatched by this slaughterer, Ellie fears for the lives of everyone close: her lover Mac, her father, her boss Special Agent Caine Grafton, and chat room colleagues. Reluctantly she begins to suspect her boss, colleagues and, her brother Aidan.

A chance remark provides a connection between past hurts and present pain.


Cat, what or who most influenced your writing?
The desire to tell a story that I (and my friends) wanted to read- with a strong female mc and great supporting characters.

What is the one thing you want readers to know about your book(s) and/or writing?
Don’t start Killerbyte late at night – you won’t be able to sleep until you know who did it!

What is your next project and when can we expect to read it?
Terrorbyte is next. You can expect to read it later this year. We don’t have a release date yet but will do soon!

Brought to you in part by:
BUY: WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty , BUY: Wendel Wordsworth, BUY: Cynthia's Attic


  1. Hi,
    Thanks for having me!
    I already have an update - the release date for terrorbyte is Nov 10th.

  2. That's awesome, Cat!

    And welcome to Bookland Heights...

    I like that you write strong female characters. Can we expect the same in "Terrorbyte?"


  3. Welcome to BH, Cat! Great news about Terrorbyte!


  4. Dianna: You can absolutely expect the same from Terrorbyte. My gorgeous and quirky main character, Ellie Conway, is back. She's now a supervising agent running her own team, I wouldn't say she loves every minute...but she sure as hell gives it her all. :-)

    Mary: Thanks! It's getting rather exciting now with the release date right around the corner!!