Zester Z. Zazzlezott by Fred Witzgall
Miracle Worker or Murderer?

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Frumpy, precocious Bailey Thomas is enthralled by a colorful, one-armed unicyclist. Inspired to write his story, her research uncovers perplexing questions.

What is his connection to the Zazous, a youth movement in wartime France? How is he linked to a failed Nazi genetic experiment? Why is in involved in Basileia, an ancient, mysterious, spiritual sect? How true is his claim that he can reveal a glimpse of the Kingdom of Heaven? Is he a miracle worker or a homicidal maniac?

Bailey isn’t the only person seeking answers. Cynical detective Mark Jaworski believes Zester murdered at least one woman. His partner, Sophia Castillo, prays he didn’t, while hanging on to a last shred of faith. Hard-bitten Unique Fawkes wonders how dangerous it is to love him. Erik Kretzler, plagued by inherited Nazi memories, is obsessed with finding him.

Bailey must find her answers—and face the killer.

About Fred Witzgall

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The author is an avid unicyclist, an honors mathematics teacher, and a wrestling coach at Paschal High School in Fort Worth, Texas. He has a master's degree from Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. He loves cats and working out, and longs for the kingdom of heaven. That puts in place a few pieces for his first book.
Published August 14, 2012 by WestBowPress. 392 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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