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Olympia Extracts | Struggles of a psycho by Rhyam O'Bryam

This week's edition to our Olympia Extracts a detective thriller novel, called Struggles of Psycho by Rhyam O'Bryam.

 

Prologue  

 

Transcript of an emergency call, 7.32pm, Tuesday 19 March.

‘Nine, nine, nine, which service do you require?’

‘Police, please. And an ambulance, I suppose, for the body.’

‘Connecting you to the police.’

‘Hello, police emergency. What is the address of the incident?’

‘Castle Sinet, Ballyseedy, County Wexford.’

‘What is the nature of the emergency?’

‘I’ve been attacked. Only the man is dead. I defended myself with a knitting needle and it’s gone in his chest.’

‘You’ve been attacked. You’ve wounded a man and he’s dead?’

‘I’m sorry.’

‘What’s your name?’

‘Philips, Amy Philips.’

‘Amy Philips?’

‘Correct.’

‘And the victim?’

‘Mike Patterson.’

‘Mike Patterson?’

‘Yes.’

‘Have you checked his pulse? Is he breathing?’

‘Yes and no.’

‘When did this happen?’

‘Just now. Just a few minutes ago. He was raging, I thought he was going to kill me. What should I do?’

‘We have a car on the way and an ambulance. They will be with you shortly. Please stay on the line.’

 

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09/10/19

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