Death's Right Hand

Death's Right Hand

47 chapters / 35810 words

Approximately about 3 hours to read


Sophie Bishop is a young woman with a questionable set of priorities. She has no ambition to enter any form of profession, daydreams so frequently that it is fair to say she spends more time in her head than in reality, and also pines after any sociopathic con she catches wind of. When a string of murders shocks her town, she determines that fate has been so kind as to erect neon signs pointing towards her soulmate-- the perpetrator of the crimes.

Meanwhile, Sophie's brother Gabriel has taken it upon himself to ensure that his sister is steered away from many of her more dangerous inclinations. When it becomes apparent to him that she is in romantic pursuit of the most dangerous serial killer to have cursed the metro area, he begins an investigation of his own to end this dangerous foray at any cost.

This one kind of evolved out of an attempt of mine to make an entirely unique short story for a writing class and has since grown into a full length novel that is now in the stages of heavy editing after the first draft has been completed. I am in the process of adding two entirely new POV characters, so this ought to be fun...


Writing, Comedy, Novel



almost 5 years ago Liv said:

Well I've only read the first three chapters but I love it already! You're comical yet dark tone was perfectly established by your characters' witty comments and thoughts. Overall I think you did a fantastic job storytelling & I cannot wait to read what happens next(:


about 5 years ago Brandon Saffron said:

Good job! Great writing technique!


about 5 years ago Kira Martin said:

Creepy! I had to go back and reread the part about chopping up woman's meat. Lol I like the voice in this!

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about 5 years ago Lee Morvan said:

i've only read the first chapter but i love it so far! i love your character sophie-she's so original and unique and quirky but so it! that first line to me sounded kind of rhyme-y and like the start of a poem (thats not a bad thing!) anyways, nice job!


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