Her daughter is dying … and a killer with a fetish for body parts stalks London.
As Detective Sergeant Jamie Brooke copes with the daily pain of watching her daughter suffer through her last days, she is assigned to a macabre murder case. The mutilated body of a young heiress is found within the London Royal College of Surgeons surrounded by medical specimen jars.
An antique Anatomical Venus figurine is discovered beside the body and Jamie enlists the help of British Museum researcher, Blake Daniel, to look into its past.
When personal tragedy strikes, Jamie has nothing left to lose and she must race against time to stop the mysterious Lyceum before they claim another victim.
As Jamie and Blake delve into a macabre world of grave robbery, body modification, and the genetic engineering of monsters, they must fight to keep their sanity — and their lives.
A story of vengeance and a passion for justice, a psychological thriller with an edge of the supernatural.
The Brooke and Daniel Psychological Thrillers:
A bit gory for my taste. The crazed malformed scientist is not a character I enjoy. There was a bit of paranormal thrown in to find labs where experiments and live dissections took place. Having a parent kill and dissect her own grown
child was too unbelieveable.
“The scene is in front of you “so nicely described by the author. While reading I thought of the strength of a pen of an author.