J.T. Ellison is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of seventeen critically acclaimed novels. One series of thrillers stars Nashville homicide detective Lt. Taylor Jackson, who hunts down serial killers – sometimes with the help of her love interest, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin.
It was a thrill for me to read this passage in chapter twenty-five in “So Close the Hand of Death,” the No. 6 novel in Ellison’s Lt. Taylor Jackson series:
“Here we go,” Mrs. Anderson sang out. “Let’s see, do you have anything to write with?”
“Absolutely,” Baldwin answered, drawing a small black Quo Vadis Habana notebook from his pocket. Taylor had bought it for him online and he carried it with him everywhere. He needed to order some more, this one was nearly full. He’d developed a taste for fine Clairefontaine paper, felt like quite the dandy when he felt the perfect ink to lay down.
He opened to a clean page and said, “Go ahead whenever you’re ready.”
Thank you J.T. Ellison, Lt. Taylor and Dr. Baldwin for your love of Habana notebooks!
In honor of J.T. Ellison, we have three black, pocket Habana notebooks to raffle off! Please comment on this post by August 16th. Extra points if you tell me the page where quote appears!