Make no mistake, I am the villain of this particular piece. No matter how the facts or arranged, or my personal bias to the way the story is told. The truth is that this tragedy is of my own making, crafted like a work of art, painted on a large canvas with broad yet calculated strokes. I have sinned, and I have no doubt that one day I will be called upon to settle those debts.
DISCOVER A BRAND NEW CRIME THRILLER FROM #1 BEST-SELLING AUTHOR PAUL KILMARTIN THAT WILL HAVE YOU GRIPPED FROM START TO NERVE-JANGLING FINISH.
A young woman is found brutally murdered inside of a Park.
She dies, in an area, that is surrounded by suspects. But with no apparent motive for her brutal slaying.
Detective Lance Marshall investigates. He has a history of investigating other cops, so he might not expect too much help. Fortunately, he has the help of three other Detectives, who need a break of their own, led by the enigmatic Lindsay Dawn.
A brutal serial killer with a penchant for extravagant murders.
A Police Chief, and a devious Mayor, both hoping that Detective Lance Marshall slips up.
As the murders continue, can Marshall keep the Police Department from falling apart and stop the killer?
A RACE AGAINST TIME TO STOP A SERIAL KILLER WITH A HIDDEN AGENDA
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We've heard the tales. The eternal struggle between good and evil. Many religions are based on the concepts. God, Satan, angels and demons; ideals interwoven into our very existence.
Most all have chosen a side, whether they admit it to themselves or not. Many have at least a basic understanding of what is happening. Some have even discovered secrets beyond the veil of what we see. However, there are a few, who not only understand the war, but are in the very thick of it.
This is the story of Spyder Bones, a mystic warrior.
It's the summer of 1969 and Aaron Prescott is a seasoned soldier. After serving one tour of duty in Vietnam as a cavalryman, Aaron returns for a second tour as a combat medic.
Aaron's life revolves around the love of his Vietnamese girlfriend, the danger of combat and his passion for music. It's not an overly complicated existence. But that's about to change.
Aaron, or Spyder as he is known to his friends, suffers a near death experience during combat. He is subsequently trapped in a comatose state for months. During this time, he is exposed to an unseen war. A spiritual struggle that most only have a vague awareness of.
Aaron must make some difficult decisions. But, regardless of anything else, he knows his life will never be the same.
How are you?
This is the question that for most of us will remain unanswered by the simple utterance of "I'm fine".
This book is a testament to the inner lives that we all lead and how we are all colored in by so much more than what is socially acceptable or even helpful to talk about to most people. It is my most sincere hope that the experiences realized in this book resonate with the longing to more honestly answer this question and help to soothe those who are in need of love, compassion, or commiseration.
Although the content of this book is set to follow the Mire family, a fictional family trying to confront this very issue, it is my hope that the author's own personal experiences -- the one's that engender these themes will serve to satisfy the reader and clearly illustrate the importance of why we all need people to talk to -- people who will listen and understand.
This book is meant to say and share the things I always wanted to say when, wearing the weight of my smile, I said, "I'm fine".
I dedicate this book to my dearest friend and mentor Chuck who always asked, who always cared.
It is my greatest ambition that this book could evoke his warmth and affection.