Tears Of Misery

Tears Of Misery

by David Broughton
     
 

The sadistic killing of a local priest should have warned Detective John Waverling of things to come. Ritualistic and barbaric in its construction it had all the hallmarks of a serial killer on the loose, except somehow it wasn’t. Connected to a string of religious killings decades before, he wonders if the same person has come back to finish off the job or…  See more details below

Overview

The sadistic killing of a local priest should have warned Detective John Waverling of things to come. Ritualistic and barbaric in its construction it had all the hallmarks of a serial killer on the loose, except somehow it wasn’t. Connected to a string of religious killings decades before, he wonders if the same person has come back to finish off the job or whether it’s a new kid on the block. He doesn’t have long to decide before more bodies start to come bubbling to the surface. Tracing the killer’s identity becomes paramount importance unfortunately it leads him to a dark place he has trouble escaping from, his own self-worth. During the course of his investigation he comes across a mind control device manufactured by S&H electronics. Who are they? And what is their connection to the priest’s murder? That’s something Detective John Waverling must figure out before more dead bodies turn into TEARS OF MISERY.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014581868
Publisher:
David Broughton
Publication date:
07/12/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
316
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

David A. Broughton was born in Louth, Lincolnshire to working class parents, immigrating to America in 2006 to be with his long suffering wife Laura. His latest book THE HOUSE OF THE HIDDEN BLADE is set to cause ripples of disbelief in the art community as he revels in unveiling a secret Leonardo Da Vinci apprentice. His next book Chariot of Justice is set on the backdrop of The Twin Tower attack and is set for release on September 11th 2012.

You can follow him at : http://twitter.com/#!/davidabroughton or http://www.davidbroughton2012.blogspot.com

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