Dr. Norman Jacobson asked Jack a question. “What kind of a killer are you? Do you need to kill, want to kill, or just enjoy the kill?” Jack smiled and responded, “All of the above.”
Jack was the most prolific serial killer in history. But Jack’s targets weren’t random. They were people who in Jack’s eyes deserved to die. That’s because Jack believed in the divine power between life and death.
Jameson Bradford III was founder of the largest pharmaceutical company in the world. For Jameson, money wasn’t enough; he sought something money couldn’t buy. Jameson wanted divine power to control everything, including the behaviors of all mankind.
In a small town in Wyoming, Jameson’s company is studying the most extreme forms of human behavior. The objective is to develop a mind-altering drug enabling Jameson to fulfill his wish. But to be successful, the project had to take on the biggest challenge of them all…to understand the
delusional mind of a serial killer. A killer by the name of Jack.
Money can be earned by anyone. Power can be created by many. But Divine Power can only be attained by a few. As for Jack and Jameson, they had to deal with something beyond reality. Something called The Divinity Complex.
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P.H. Figur grew up in Massapequa, a small New York town located on Long Island in the southeast corner of Nassau County. After graduating from C.W. Post College, he spent the next 30+ years working in the accounting/auditing field for three multi-national companies.
About five years ago, P.H. started writing a daily journal recapping the day’s events and documenting his thoughts and opinions. That morphed into writing short stories and blogs. It inspired him to take on an even more significant project, to write his autobiography. However, after a couple of years, there were two problems. First, there was enough material for a couple of books, and second, he couldn’t figure out how the story was supposed to end. There was a good reason for that. It was because the end had not yet arrived.
P.H. has just completed his second novel “The Divinity Complex”. He has developed a knack for writing page-turning thrillers that cannot be put down. Pick up The Divinity Complex and see for yourself.