About the Book
James Walker is a crime detective for Justice of Atlantic City Police. The detective depicts the soul-wrenching tragedy of a maniacal killer comfortable on the highways. A horrific phantom sets out collecting the city of men making them pay for their brutal wounds. The killer despises womanizers. Women are burdened by grief and plundered by the influence of men dominating them to give up their sexuality, drugs, and money. The women of the city are spared from the horrors and bloody trails. While men of the city are located beheaded, castrated, with red rose petals covering their bloody carcasses. Blood runs over the streets causing the asphalt to remember the killer’s odious crimes. With no occasion reverting the killer’s vigorous blows to his casualty’s, detective James Walker and his partner, Carolyn Parker, clean the city with their host of criminal skills. Can they break the Red Rose Killer in time before the manic wipes out the entire city’s masculinity? Will they become trapped in a network of lies and trickery threatening to drag them into interminable torture? The Red Rose Killer: James Walker Chronicle One is the first series of James Walker Chronicles.
About the Author
Tamikio L. Dooley is an award-winning author and expert editorial consultant for Ukiyoto Publishing. She writes fiction of crime, thriller, mystery, and paranormal. In her spare time, she writes short stories and poetry. The author received an honorable recognition as the best crime indie author September 2016 and won her first crystal trophy awards in crime category thereafter.
The Red Rose Killer: James Walker Chronicle
File Format: .epub
No. of Pages: 139
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