“The difference between humans and wild animals is that humans pray before they commit murder.”
Three bodies in two states and one failed attempt share some things in common, on each pectoral muscle they have been branded, the left with an unbalanced set of scales, the right with the All Seeing Eye, and carved into the flesh between the brands is what looks like some type of ancient writing. As the bodies pile up Boston FBI seems to be just one step behind. That tardiness has just caused an innocent woman her life. Under the surface Special Agent Chris O’Driscoll is asking what or who made this man a monster. He knows he isn’t going to like the answer but without it they may not be able to solve this case.
Confident, handsome, biracial, Cape Cod native, Chris O’Driscoll is the heart throb of Boston’s North End. But Chris keeps his heart in check since he lost his one love to a madman five years ago.
Father Nicholas serves at Walpole State Prison ministering to the inmates but has a secret agenda only one man knows, and that man does not approve.
Paul Ward is seeking revenge for things done to his family by the Boston political machine. Paul unfortunately gets sidetracked. That leaves his revenge to the man who trained him.
The Confession is a 100,000 word manuscript which draws the reader in and keeps them poised on the bleeding edge turning pages. The unexpected ending infuriates not only Agent O’Driscoll but the reader as well.
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- S Driscoll, April 2011
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