Driving along on a Sacramento highway Detective James Taggett had no clue what was about to happen to him. He had no clue as to what the driver of the State Police car that was following him was about to do. The lights come on and Detective Taggett pulls over to see what he wants and begins his journey into madness as the State trooper shoots him at point blank range.
He wakes up to find that a killer is stalking him and leaving bodies and messages along the way. What do the messages mean? Who is this killer that's after him? Is it a criminal from the past wanting revenge? The killer seems to know everything about James. He knows what James is going to do before he does it. He knows how to taunt him.
More and more victims pile up as the killer plays his game and James is in a race to uncover who it is that is close to him that is committing these murders. He knows his enemy but who is it?
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About the Author
Bruce Savage was born in Lewiston, Maine in 1967, the youngest son of 16 brother’s and sisters to Winfield Strout and Blanche Strout. He published his first successful work when he was 10 years old in Boy’s Life magazine. The publication paid him $1 for a joke he wrote. So excited about his accomplishment and seeing his name published he pursued the art of writing for the next 40 years. In 1984 he enlisted in the United States Army and served his country in Germany. In 1999 he graduated from Columbia Southern University with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Information Systems. He held several positions with several fortune 500 companies until 2002 when he dove head first and full-time into the world of writing and publishing. Since then he has produced 11 novels and counting. Casualties of War was his first novel followed by Psycho. He is currently working on many other novels that will be available soon as well as the screenplay for Russian Games. He currently lives in Florida and the Philippines with his wife Julie and his daughter. He frequently enjoys making donations and contributions to ending poverty and supporting those less fortunate and he is an avid animal rights supporter.