A small-town homicide detective, Niles Patrick, with an unusual 'sixth sense,' is called to the scene of a ghastly murder of a beautiful young woman where the only evidence the criminal forensics team finds is fingerprints, which Niles runs himself and discovers something extremely disturbing; the prints are his, though he did not know the woman nor had he ever been to her home.
A mere 48 hours later, another gorgeous young woman fitting the profile of the first victim is slain in a similar grizzly fashion and via the same MO, her throat slit ear to ear. Soon, as the bodies start to pile up, Niles is hunting a serial killer who may or may not be himself and has precious little time to solve the mystery that's literally driving him to the brink of madness.
|Publisher:||Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Matthew began writing fictional novels roughly three years ago, starting with "Yellow," His next work, "Ghost Chaser," both a novel and agent-represented screenplay, is a blood-curdling psychological murder mystery that will keep readers guessing until the end. Matthew followed this with "Brenda," an epic suspense/thriller inspired by a true event about a young man's past coming back to haunt him, literally. For several months, Matthew's books were consistently ranked in the top 100, and spent a few months in the top 10, on Amazon's bestsellers rankings for their respective genres.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I didn't expect much at first but I found this story to be fun and exciting.
This unpredictable, dark and often disturbing story of a police detective living in what reads like a literal nightmare, kept me riveted from the start to the bitter end… And bitter is an understatement. Wow! A word of warning – this is NOT a bedtime story… Unless you like dreams that make you sit up in bed in a cold sweat. Like poor Niles Patrick does every night after a PTSD inducing accidental shooting of an unarmed young man during an attempted robbery gone horribly wrong. Take it from a reader who loves this sort of story: do not miss this one!