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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Crime
  • Language:English
  • Pages:240
  • eBook ISBN:9781483531687

The Experiment

by John Tuccillo

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A serial killer is loose in the small college town of Hamilton, New Hampshire. John Stella, a professor of psychology at Windham University in Hamilton, is called upon by Frank Fiamella, his old friend who is now Chief of Detectives in Hamilton, to help find and stop the killer. But before they solve the murder, they must deal with their own problems. Frank is fighting a tyrant of a boss who wants him out of town and a wife who is becoming increasingly distant. John is fighting for his professional life against an academic colleague who wants him out of the university and wants to control the future of John's son. Neither of them has the time to hunt down a sadistic murderer, but if they don't, Hamilton will see more of its citizens viciously murdered.
A serial killer is operating in the college town of Hamilton, New Hampshire. John Stella, a former Philadelphia policeman, is a forensic psychologist on the faculty of Windham University there. He agrees to help his formar colleague and current Chief of Detectives in Hamilton, Frank Fiamella, solve the brutal murder of an eighty-four year old widow. There are virtually no forensics at the murder scene. But John also has his own problems to deal with. Eric Wainbrod, star of the physics department has made it a crusade to block John's tenure application and, more importantly, is seeking to bring John's eldest son under his wing and guide his future. Frank meanwhile is dealing with his dteriorating marriage, the result of the conviction of his wife's brother for arson and murder. A native of Hamilton, she is being shunned by most of the town and is taking it out on Frank. Before the investigation gets very far, Johnis nearly killed by an SUV during a morning run, as the vehicle deliberately veers toward him. Additionally, the chairman of the university's trustees is brutally murdered in very much the same manner as he widow. The unwinding ofll these crimes takes both John and Frank down a very twisted path that leads both to the present and into the past.
About the author
John Tuccillo is a practicing economist and consultant. He is the author or editor of eight professional books, but this is his first work of fiction (although there are some who would dispute this.) For forty years he has operated the scoreboard of the clok at Georgetown University home basketball games.
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