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The Zodiac Killer - Zodiac Killers #1

W.L. Knightly

Publisher: BrixBaxter Publishing

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From USA Today Best Selling Authors Lexy Timms and Ali Parker come a new thriller pen name - WL Knightly 
Detective Darek Blake thought the secrets of his past were long buried, but when a young girl is murdered in a familiar way, finding the killer will not only bring back memories he’s repressed, but give him a golden opportunity to impress the FBI. 
So, when his partner, Special Agent Lizzy McNamara digs up evidence that’s a little too close to home, he’s shaken to the core. The worst sin he’s ever committed bubbles up, threatening to destroy his future. 
Are the Zodiac killings a coincidence or is someone toying with him, and if so… who? 
Warning: This is the first book in a thirteen-book series. Every book has a cliffhanger of some sort as we're telling the story of a serial killer. There will be a book out on the last Thursday of every month until we get to December, where book 13 will reveal everything. We invite you to join us on this year long journey and try as hard as you can to figure out... whodunit! There is cursing, violent situations, a bit of gore and murder in almost every book. Enjoy!!

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