The thing Evil craves most is innocence. When small children disappear, you can be assured that Evil has crawled out of its dirty corner. And when those children turn up dead, Evil has clawed its mark on humanity.
What if you were a homicide detective and little girls were suddenly being kidnapped and murdered by a devious pedophile? And what if that pedophile left no evidence behind except for the broken bodies? What would you sacrifice to save just one innocent child? Would any sacrifice be too great? What if it cost you someone you loved? What if, by saving that child, you unleash a horrific monster into your own life?
Mikael Ruskoff was living his dream. He was a highly successful, homicide detective working a career he loved. He had a mother who adored him, a son he took skateboarding, and a wife he loved more than words could express. He played a mean drum set every Thursday night with his best friend on guitar. His life was comfortable and pleasurable. Then he caught a case that would change his life forever.
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“A wealth of creepy chills”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Glen Barrera
I’ve read Abracht’s, The Devil’s Lieutenant, and found myself totally caught up in a world of horror, unlike many I’ve read. Death Most Wicked is a bit of a twist in that it’s a needed prequel to Lieutenant, answering the question: what’s Mikael Ruskoff’s story? And now I get it, all of it – and it isn’t pretty – in a double-lock the doors and windows kind of way. Little girls are kidnapped and found murdered, with no clues left behind. Detective Ruskoff is charged with finding the killer, unwary of the evil influence behind the mystery. Albracht does a great job in ratcheting-up the stakes and suspense with each turn of the page. The surprises come fast and gritty, relationships form and crumble, and evil, in the form of Dimitry Ivanovitch, supplies a wealth of creepy chills. This book is a must for readers of horror.
About the Author
I love to write horror thrillers with intense personal relationships between characters. I started reading earlier in life than most of my friends and spent many hours hidden in closets and under beds, sneaking in just another ten minutes of whatever book I was reading. As soon as I was old enough, my mother would send me to the library to pick up books for her. This delighted me because it opened up a whole new world of books not available in school.
I read everything I could get my hands on but was drawn to sci-fi, horror and thrillers. As I matured, I would say my main influences became Stephen King, DeanKoontz and William Faulkner. My writing definitely reflects those influences.
I can honestly say my twitter bio describes me to a T – Write, scare myself, turn all the lights on, write some more. Take a break, play pool, kick butt/get butt kicked,go writemore horror, double lock door.
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