A serial killer slaughters young lives in Broken Lives the psychological thriller set in London
A serial killer slaughters young lives in Broken Lives; this psychological thriller is set in a London already deeply struck by terroristic attacks. Broken Lives is a psychological thriller dedicated to victims of abuse.
Mainly children who never shall they be able to rely on a so-called normal existence. And the reason is the morbid attention by those who should protect them.
Hence the title: Broken Lives. Exactly like the lives of innocent violated youths. Young lives compelled to make enormous efforts in order to find a stability that very often they fail to attain. Or they see it crumble down owing to stress or other unchecked factors. And this condition drives them to be, in turn, executioners themselves.
The Scotland Yard detective Sonny D’Amato, an Italian emigrant by second generation, investigates to arrest the serial killer who slaughters young lives in Broken Lives. He works to discover who conceals behind the three sanguinary murders of as many people. Three murders that in a month upset London and particularly its crowded community of students from all over the world.
By his side there is the clever and promising Coroner July Pence and, just by coincidence, the Salento reporter Rosario Saru Santacroce, in London to change life once more. Existence takes by surprise Saru Santacroce and obliges him to assume the role of a damn reporter who never pulls the plug.
A breathless investigation in a thriller that allows no time for a halt to reflect, because there is a sadist who must be blocked before the list of victims gets damn longer.
A psychological thriller drenched with suspense, many twists and a reasonable amount of sensuality inducing the reader to reflect on the most thorny and contradictory aspects of human mind and upon its most obscure and perhaps criminal sides.
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