Mysterious deaths. No clues. No witnesses. All undeniably linked. Two rookie agents.Bic Green, the Black Ghost, is on a mission to take out America’s ten wealthiest citizens. That’s simple enough for someone with his skill set, but that’s not the only thing on his mind.Haunted by his personal demons, the trained assassin thinks he’s found a way out of this life through his niece. He hopes funding her quest to find a cure for cancer will absolve him of some of his most egregious acts, but that can’t happen until he completes his list of kills. With only twenty-one days left, he’s running out of time.Law enforcement members are baffled by the cases and haven’t yet noticed the connection. But when two rookie agents overhear key details of the plan, they’re immediately invested. Against their better judgment, and despite their superior officers’ insistence, they press forward. What they uncover is more disturbing than they’re prepared to handle.As the clues are unraveled, the stakes couldn’t be higher for Agents Maddox and Foxx, and Bic’s sudden quest for morality may be nothing more than a pipe dream.Can the agents solve the case before he executes another rage-filled, ritualistic murder?
Freddie Villacci, Jr. was born and raised in Wood Dale, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. He earned a degree in marketing from Berry College, while playing baseball. At the age of nineteen he began to invest in the stock market and continued on with a career in the insurance and financial services industry. In his first published novel, Black Ghost, he has used his professional background to give depth and credibility to the plot centering around the estate death tax laws. Besides books, he also fuels his creativity writing movie scripts and songs. Faceless, an independent movie is due out this fall. Freddie loves being out in the sun, especially playing baseball and golf with his daughter and twin boys. He and his wife, Jennifer, have a passion for supporting charities that help children.