ONE CASE, TWO DETECTIVES
ONE MAN INTENT ON DESTRUCTION
ONE STORY, TWO PERSPECTIVES
ONE CITY; DEATH AND CORRUPTION
He was an inferior man. He didn’t buy into the myth of an inferiority complex; he was inferior. But all of that changed six months ago. He became a superior man. He decided to act. This was when his masterplan, “The Messiah Machination”, was born. The plan is now in motion; he has just committed his first murder. This is only the beginning but it’s also only half of the story because he has a very specific target in mind. What does this mean? Why is he doing this? What’s his next move? The truth is … only he knows.
When a poem is discovered on the body of a girl in the fountain at Washington Square Park in Manhattan, Detective First Grade, Imogen Carter, catches the case. It soon becomes clear that this is no ordinary case. Mentally, she’s fatigued. She has personal issues to deal with. She has one hell of a dilemma to consider. Will all of this prove too much or will she find a way to suppress the negativity, compartmentalise her emotions and focus on the case? If she’s going to apprehend whoever is responsible then she’s going to need to … before New York City gets brought to its knees.
The Inferiority Complex is Ryan Degg's debut novel.
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About the Author
A little about myself - I grew up in my home city of Stoke-on-Trent, England, and still live here today with my wife, Leah-Marie. I'm a huge sports fan, particularly football (Arsenal FC) and darts. I love to travel and have visited some of the most amazing cities & countries on Earth (see Instagram for more). My academic interests include History, Geography, Art, Science and, generally, General Knowledge.
How I began writing - It all started in 2011. While on holiday with my girlfriend (now wife), I rekindled my love for reading. Having not read a novel in many years, I decided to buy Dan Brown's Angels & Demons from the airport while waiting for our flight. It was a decision that changed my life. A couple of days in and probably only a quarter of the way through this brilliant novel, I had an epiphany. It hit me with such force and such clarity. I'd never been so certain of anything: I was going to become an author. It took a while before I was ready to start writing, much longer than I had hoped, but, since that day, I haven't looked back.