Working Class Killer: A McPeterson Mystery

Working Class Killer: A McPeterson Mystery

6.2K Reads 296 Votes 24 Part Story
Jaleel By thatsmartguy_ Updated Nov 24

New York City Police Department Detective Mia McPeterson almost has it all. A  job she loves, a great partner, loving family, and a amazing boss. The only thing she is missing is someone to come home to after a long day in the precinct. When a serial killer starts to murder working class people in the New York City area, the case is given to Mia and her partner, Debra Hawkins-Carter, with the hope that the killer will be brought to justice quickly. However after four killings and no leads, the NYPD brass decide it is time to bring in an FBI agent, Hunter Richmond. Will the new set of eyes help the duo find the killer? Or will Mia's eyes wander from the case to her new colleague?  


Warning: This story will have contain a low-moderate amount of profanity.

d0raking d0raking May 11
Love the first chapter, but I just wanted you to know lacerations are actually cuts...if it was a handprint mark the medical term for it would be contustion! Other than that, great story!
katembo katembo Jun 11
The book has a good start... It sound interestinggggggg... Am looking forward to read the next chapter.. Best of luckyyyy
linahanson linahanson Apr 13
I just had a good laugh. Story will contain a low to moderate amount of profanity. Given what is going on this sounds rather restrained!!! XD
d0raking d0raking May 11
Love the first chapter, but I just wanted you to know lacerations are actually cuts...if it was a handprint mark the medical term for it would be contustion! Other than that, great story!
Oliver8 Oliver8 May 01
This definitely sounds interesting. It has a CSI vibe to it, the New York police force and FBI connecting with the state police. Typically, they don't always meet eye to eye so it shall be interesting to see if you incorporate that. Sounds really intriguing!
linahanson linahanson Apr 13
Why do you say your book sucks? Phrase it positively. You gave it your best shot. If it shoots off target - tough!