You are here

Richard Wants Me Dead

by W. S. Owen  US United States

August 9, 2020   |    190 reads    |   0 comments

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Richard Wants Me Dead - Book coverJohn, an aspiring twenty-five-year-old agent of the Bureau of Investigation, secretly suffers from dissociated personality disorder. He has started a successful career in the homicide department by solving the case of an elusive serial killer, but no one knew how he did it.

John’s second personality, who calls himself Richard, sees the future. It was Richard who revealed the culprit’s name to the young agent. However, there is one thing: Richard wants John dead, and he is trying to get him killed in every possible way.

When a young agent faces his second difficult case, looking at the bloodstained bodies of dead people at the crime scenes, he has to choose — to try to find the killer himself, or to turn to Richard again, risking his own life.

About The Author

W. S. Owen is a modern writer and architect. He has a specific writing style, with minimalism, repetition of certain lines throughout the story, references to rock music and frequent dialogues. He never indicates his opinion about what is happening between the characters.

Add comment