The year is 1853, and the streets of London will not be safe for long. Sixteen-year-old Charlemagne Westridge, the son of a prestigious noble family, is perfect in every way: he has money, beauty, and prestige. However, after making a contract with the devil, Charlemagne escapes death from yellow fever, but at a high price: every night, for the rest of his life, he will have to take the life of one other person. Masked by his new identity, the Ravensbourne Murderer sets out murdering prostitutes in an effort to “cleanse the sullied streets of London,” but deep down Charlemagne knows he must find a way to break free of his contract before he loses himself to darkness.
Self Published by Dayna Bailey