Photographic Memory
Photographic Memory
Author: Heath D Alberts
Pages: 316
Language: English

At the turn of the 20th century, one of history’-s first serial killers traveled across America. His name was Otis Johnson. A roving photographer, he was an opportunistic murderer who made it a point never to kill the same way twice. The random nature of the deaths, his sporadic movements from place to place, and his unremarkable appearance, all worked to his advantage as he hid in plain sight. More than a century later, retired police detective Roy Archibald has spent forty years of his life attempting to piece together a case against Johnson. It’-s a case that has plagued his mind, ever since he unwittingly stumbled upon the first piece of evidence - through a strange vision. It was to be a vision that set him upon a path to seek justice for those who never received it. With the assistance of an unlikely group of friends, and a mysterious girl, Archibald finds himself closer than ever to solving the case in his lifetime. And in doing so, he will literally rewrite history. That is, if he can live that long…-

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