The Ben Smit Series
Multiple mass-poisonings at pilgrimage sites throughout Europe.
Sophie Pearson, a successful artist, created paintings of the horrific events before they occurred. There are more sketches, implying other attacks are yet to take place.
What does Sophie know? Who does she know?
A serial killer, leaving dead bodies in five-star hotel rooms in the city of Amsterdam.James Edwards, multi-billionaire and founder of the ALA – the Atheist Liaison Association – has an alibi for the time of the poison attacks. But is it a coincidence he’s in Amsterdam at the time the serial killer hit?
It is up to Chief of Europol Dave Johnson and police consultant and psychic medium Ben Smit to figure out if both cases are connected. They must unravel the ties between past and present, or more lives will be lost.
One thing is for certain – they won’t all make it to the finish line…
Katie Elmer is lost; clearly she has died, but suffering a headwound and amnesia, she has no recollection of what has happened. In Ben Smit, hypnotherapist and psychic medium, she finds someone who might be able to help her find out the circumstances surrounding her death. Ben in turn, requests the help of his cop-friend in charge of the homicide department at Europol Dave Johnson, who leads a team investigating a serial killer case in Geneva, Switzerland. While Katie actively helps unravel the mystery of her own passing, she discovers her case is somehow entwined with the serial killer’s. But how does the Monaco prison where she used to work fit in, and prison doctor Matt Robinson? Why is former soldier and recently deceased Jack Anderson out for revenge, and what is his connection to Katie and a Genevan medical research facility? When yet another murder takes place, both cases take a dramatic turn and it becomes clear several lives are at stake, including that of an innocent little girl.
Where did the idea for the story come from?
A specific interest in ley lines and earth chakras saw me visit both NZ and the UK, and certain experiences while there, which showcased the super-dimensional nature and interconnectedness of Glastonbury and Lake Rotupunamu, formed the inspiration to writing Disorder.
Please summarize your book in 10 words.
A young child holds the key to catching a serial killer and preventing more murders.
Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.
Daddy’s going to die.
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