Poisoned Blood

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The story is about a federal agent turning psychotic from his past when he was a teenager he had experience a trauma that he thought it was fascinating.
He seen two scorpions injecting venom into an dog. So he was wondering what would it be if he injected scorpion venom into humans.
Now he is telling the story from prison feeling ...

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Overview

Synopsis

The story is about a federal agent turning psychotic from his past when he was a teenager he had experience a trauma that he thought it was fascinating.
He seen two scorpions injecting venom into an dog. So he was wondering what would it be if he injected scorpion venom into humans.
Now he is telling the story from prison feeling guilty what he has done to his family and the victim's family.
As he's writing the book and telling the a story he is talking to the reader and given every detail of the killings as he speaks to the reader.
The main character of the story always wanted to become a federal agent. So he can solve his own crime but it backfired on him. because the federal agencies sent him on his own crime not knowing that he did the crimes .
The first kill that he described was a federal female undercover agent he didn't know her being a federal agent.
Also he did the crimes in three states of the southern parts of the United States. So it would look like a epidemic of scorpion stings but there was a flaw in it.
The main character use hydrochloride to knock out his victims before he makes the kill of scorpion venom by injecting into his victims.
This story also has humor in it and he's describing every detail in a kill. He's also blaming the kills on a psychiatrist and dreams that messed up his mind even worse.
He thinks killing his victims will solve his nightmares.
The main character ends up killing 120 people but not in a moderate way he did it by spreading it out in a course of the year.
This novel is a thriller and there will be 208 pages.. this novel will keep the readers on there edge of their seats.
Like I said the main character reading the story to the reader and at the end of the novel it will be a mind twister. That's how I like writing my novels keeping the readers in suspense.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781500209629
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/15/2014
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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