A Murder of Saints by Chris Miller
Sophie Fields is a little girl tortured by her memories of Damien Smith, a much-loved and respected church elder with a secret lust for the unmentionable. After his misdeeds are covered up by church leaders, she climbs to the roof of her house and jumps to her death, right in front of her shocked brother, Charlie.
Twenty years later, detective Harry Fletcher is still haunted by the personal demons associated with the church cover-up. After losing his faith, his wife, and now his partner, Fletcher learns that Charlie Fields has come back to town with one mission: to kill everyone responsible for his sister’s death. It is Fletcher’s job to track and stop the crazed killer. But as it becomes clear who the main targets are, Fletcher finds himself in the midst of a moral quagmire. Although he sees justice in Charlie’s crusade, the killer seems to be taking out others not responsible for his family’s destruction. As Fletcher and his new partner battle each other in a test of ideology and limits of the law, the real demons show up and change everything.
In this chilling tale of suspense, revenge, and evil, a police detective wrestles with his moral conscience while attempting to stop a serial killer avenging his sister’s death.
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About the Author
Chris Miller has been writing, in one form or another, since his adolescence. He’s also been working for his family’s water-well drilling and service company, in one form or another, since he crawled screaming from his mother’s womb. He enjoys reading and watching movies, usually something which makes the skin tingle/mound/crawl. He likes scary stuff, okay?
He has three short-stories and a novel available to read, the latter available in print as well as ebook. If you’re into intense, character-driven stories with supernatural twists, written with a sense of humor when appropriate, check him out. If not, well, do it anyway. No one likes a wimp.
Oh, and wear your galoshes…it gets wet.
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