Christian Windsor is a certified genius.
He’s also autistic. Social situations? Not for him. Friends? No thanks.
At 23 years old, with two PhDs, Christian joins the FBI’s most dangerous division. The Exceptional Crimes Unit.
His first assignment? A serial killer on a rampage. Nicknamed The Surgeon, he’s cutting the eyeballs out of women.
That’s not the only psychopath lurking in the shadows, though. There’s another, and Christian can’t see him: his partner. The world renowned psychiatrist, Luke Titan.
Bodies are showing up with dark holes instead of eyes, and Christian is racing against time to understand The Surgeon’s identity before more die.
Can he stop The Surgeon, though, before his own partner kills him?
If you like Stephen King or The Silence of the Lambs, you’ll love this taught psychological thriller. Get this book today because you won’t be able to put it down!
Partial Author Interview from Thriller Fiction Monthly
Question: Let’s get the obvious one out of the way. What are you trying to do when you write a book?
David Beers: I think all of us are looking for an escape from reality. We find it at the movies, in alcohol or drugs, and even books. For me, when the story is flowing, my purpose is to sweep the reader away. Not forever. They’ve got to go back to their family at some point, but, while they have my book open, I want them lost in it. I want them desperate to see what’s on the next page.
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