Death has gripped the throat of middle America
Random people are being heinously murdered, with the bodies displayed in the most horrific way.Detective John Chandless is a thick-skinned officer from New York who had apprehended the most depraved men in the barrios. Perhaps he had underestimated the the evil in the heart of the country. Kansas shouldn’t be so harsh compared to the City, but murder has no favorite state. How could this veteran detective be stumped?
partner, Simin Khouri, was a “unique” detective to say the least. She used psychic profilers to solve her cases. Although her conviction rate was just as good as anyone else’s, John didn’t believe in her “hocus-pocus” techniques. He worked with facts until this troubling case didn’t provide any. What do you do when there is no evidence? He grudgingly asked Simin for assistance, and she was glad to give it.
Simon introduced him to Anezka Kranz, her Czech psychic profiler. Could this sweet, simple woman help his case? Although John had investigated the most perplexing cases for 17 years, Anezka showed him another way to find his predator — celestially.
Celestial Summoner: An Esoteric Paranormal Suspense Thriller Is filled with dark excitement, and begins with a whodunit situation that can only be resolved with the help of a Czechoslovakian with an ethereal gift.ACT NOW! Join the hunt for the bloodthirsty monster behind the killings in Kansas. Scroll to the top of this page and click that orange BUY button. Then, step into the danger and romance of this captivating detective thriller.
Reviews for the Book
An ambitious, smart detective takes on a genius serial killer. The serial killer, Marvin, reminded me a lot of Jigsaw from the "Saw" movies. Like Jigsaw, Marvin put his captors in a small room (basement in this case), and gives them an ultimatum. Jigsaw liked to disturbed people and test how much they wanted to live by giving them next to impossible tasks. Marvin, however, thinks everyone in the western civilization is impure and needs to be vindicated. He gives them a choice of two negatives, where they have to sacrifice either their own life or the life of someone they care about. John, the detective, makes up for Marvin's smarts by working 24/7, not allowing the clever Marvin to win by drinking on his free time. John is old fashioned, but when he realizes Marvin may never get caught, he buries his beliefs and gives a psychic a chance, who has a background of catching bad guys. I like how the writer knew how to catch you offguard on what was going to happen to the poor victims locked away in the basement and what choices they would make. If you love a good mix of detective stories mixed with thrillers, then you should give this book a chance! - Joshua
About the Author: Kyle Robertson
Kyle R. Robertson was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana on January 1, 1970. When he was young, his mother told him that everyone on Earth was celebrating his birthday. Then he grew up, and learned the truth. At least his mother thought he was special. He has kept that feeling from his mother all his life.
Kyle grew up an only child, and had no siblings to play with. When he was 3, and moved to Milwaukee Wisconsin from Baton Rouge Louisiana, he had no cousins to play with anymore. He learned early that you had to use your imagination to stay interested in life.
He gathered many friends, but only two real friends. The two were gained at high school level, Jeff, and Jamie. Jeff has stayed with him ever since, and Jamie stayed with him until he tragically passed.
Kyle was always an entertainment buff. Movies, books, music, art, you name it, After his stint in the military, he became a master of sales. He knew over 800 electronic consumer devices, and had other salesmen asking him obscure histories of products.
He stayed with sales most of his life. From car audio, luxury vehicle sales, and home maintenance equipment. He became a trainer at that vocation, but he always wanted to entertain.
He was stricken with Diabetes, and lost most of his sight, but Diabetes kept going. He lost his kidneys, and couldn’t work anymore. He was lucky to get a transplant He became fidgety because he was used to 16 hour days.
He had to do something, so he began to write stories from the characters he made up in high school. Thus began his writing career.
Connect with the author on: