MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 06, 2020
“In These Holy Moments: The Psychoseries”: a potent narrative about a mad man who poses as Chester Cruz, a serial killer who is sought after by the police forces. “In These Holy Moments: The Psychoseries” is the creation of published author Mister Burgess, a writer who was born and raised in Queens, NY. After being incarcerated in 2002, he found his pen again while soul searching in the box.
Burgess shares, “A mental patient on the road of recovery is released from a state mental institution and decides to step into the shoes of a known serial killer. Having already lived the life of impersonations, becoming Chester Cruz is a fairly easy task. With time on his hand and prey on his mind, he sets out to clean up the sinful mess.
“The mystery of murders boggles homicide Detectives Karen Phillips’s and Louis Logan’s mind. The killer isn’t leaving any leading evidence behind. After so much success in the police department, Detectives Karen Phillips and Louis Logan are at a standstill.
“There are notes full of sarcasm and ridicule being left behind. The killer is playing games and the FBI is soon to come and snatch the case from under Detective Phillips’s and Logan’s grasp. With something to prove and little time to crack the case, Detectives Karen Phillips and Louis Logan keep their noses to the wind and their eyes and ears open with determination and hope.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Mister Burgess’s new book is an interesting and thrilling saga pulling readers in and towards a chilling mystery that will trouble their minds with all the unanswered questions and the craziest turns of events.
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