Discovering the Secrets of a Murderer
Right from the start, there is something about her. Mayhap it is her stiff posture, the composed movements, and the air she gives off that intimidates everyone she meets. Or it may be the stoic expression she plasters on her face. Better yet the cold eyes that stare with intent naught but to scare someone.
There is no certainty. For the woman is Amelia Vernice. The woman who was locked up for years and has only been welcomed to the Society. This is her story and her journey towards the ugly truth in the world of reality.
Doctor Alexander Fersen was hired to determine the mental illness of the most controversial and celebrated murderer in the whole country of Genrovia—Amelia Vernice.
As they both go back to the past and unravel the mystery her life possesses, Alexander was torn in feeling sympathy, hatred, or something deeper he cannot deem name nor acknowledge. But one thing is for certain, he has to know everything, he has to know what she hides, her secrets, and lies. Because if he has not been wise, he would not think Amelia may have been tricking him to fall into a trap.
Plagiarism is a crime punishable by law.
This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, some places, and incidents are products of the author's imagination and are used fictitiously. Any resemblances to actual events, places, or persons, living or dead, are entirely coincidental.
This story contains explicit mature themes. This is a dark and twisted story. Reader discretion is advised. Moreover, mental illness is very serious. I do not take it as a joke. This story has some parts that tackle the deranged and I tried my best to research so as to make the story accurate. If you think it is insufficient or wrong, I apologize now and willing to edit it out.
Nikolaj looked at the building in front of him and what was confusing is that it does not feel like home. He has been not been far from it for long and he has been away in Sazyria before that has taken a couple of years yet when he came back nothing changed within him. It is only now that the events were too draining, making the familiarity a……
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