The Slayer's Apprentice by Mr Zathyn Priest
(Volume 1)

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After sixteen bizarre murders and the abduction of a child, The Crucifix Slayer’s reign of terror ends as abruptly as it started. Four years later another two bodies are found and Australia’s most notorious serial killer has returned with a vengeance. When Senior Constable Daniel Hart catches bartender Phoenix Love from picking his pocket one evening, it’s an inauspicious beginning but Daniel soon becomes obsessed with the anti-social eighteen year old. Things become more complicated when Detective Somerset, who’s been on the trail of The Crucifix Slayer, sets his sights on Phoenix as the prime suspect. Convinced that Phoenix Love is the killer, Detective Somerset pursues him single-mindedly. As evidence, and Phoenix’s sociopathic behaviour, point toward Somerset being right, Daniel must protect their fledgling affair, his own heart, and his lover while trying to prove Phoenix is innocent. Is Phoenix Love a victim or has Daniel fallen for The Slayer’s apprentice?

About Mr Zathyn Priest

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Zathyn Priest is an Australian writer of gay fiction. His available works include - The Curtis Reincarnation, The Slayer's Apprentice, Liquid Glass, Left of Center, The Statue, Emrys Amara, and One of Those Days.Zathyn is also a freelance artist specialising in graphic fiction, book covers, and promotional art.
Published June 19, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 178 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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