Killing Karma Crime Fiction

Killing Karma falls within the Crime fiction genre with a recurring theme (of mine), that includes reincarnation & past life regression therapy. Crime fiction is an exciting new genre for me to write and by including the past life aspects (possibly creating a paranormal crime fiction category) the story becomes more interesting.

Loved it! Was immersed from the very beginning and couldn’t wait to see how it would play out.

Goodreads Reviewer

This whodunit also asks and answers the question: whydunit when you discover the whodunit. That a past life can affect your present life is an exciting prospect for me. It can be a great way to build a story and certainly a mystery to solve.

A highly gripping tale that builds a believable world full of unexpected twists and turns.

Goodreads Reviewer

If you like stories centered around a mystery and a cast of characters who move the story along at a good pace then Killing Karma will not disappoint. Another book of mine with similar themes is Her Past’s Present. Look it up too.

I hope you enjoy Killing Karma as much as I enjoyed writing it.

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Had Peter imagined he’d be considered a serial killer, he’d have chosen differently.

What do a bookstore, Peter Banks, Theresa Clement, Clare Hastings, and Detective Harlow, have in common? Karma – oh, and a serial killer.

Solving homicides is seldom easy work, but Detective Harlow fears the latest evil gripping Detroit may prove to be a perfect crime. To catch this killer, Harlow will have to put aside his feelings of inadequacy and overcome seemingly impossible obstacles to find the third victim before the serial killer disappears forever.

Get caught up in a surreal mystery as Killing Karma takes you on a unique and unforgettable thrill ride into the world of past lives, homicides, and the price karma commands of everyone.

The veteran – The detective – The therapist – The young executive – The serial killer – The karma

Across Detroit and outlying areas, a string of murders and an abduction sharing the same calling card bring the players together in the most serendipitous way. The homicides share no commonality, save the ambiguous note left at each scene, while the abduction strikes Harlow as uncharacteristic for his serial killer.

Peter, a VET, moved to Detroit to escape his past, start a new life managing an obscure bookstore, and pursue treatment for his PTSD. Theresa, a regression therapist with a complicated history of her own, accepts Peter as her client, wondering if karma hasn’t just paid her a visit.

When Peter’s new girlfriend disappears and the serial killer’s note is discovered in her penthouse, unexpected twists complicate Harlow’s investigation. Meanwhile, Theresa struggles to understand what Peter’s past lives are trying to tell him. Harlow will have to overcome his feelings of inferiority over past mistakes. He must use every tool available to him paired with his vast experience to connect the dots to these seemingly random, yet premeditated murders. Will Harlow be able to piece together the scant evidence before the abducted woman becomes his killers’ third victim?