Confession of Sin - Not All Secrets Should Be Kept (Damien Kaine Book 2)

Investigating the brutal murder of a priest, Lt. Damien Kaine must fight the Church every step of the way.

As the body count rises, he must also deal with a secret admirer. Someone who wants Damien all to herself. And who will stop at nothing to get his FBI girlfriend, Dillon, out of the way.

But the choices Damien makes to protect her, places himself in a situation with deadly consequences. More
Available ebook formats: epub mobi
About Victoria M. Patton

Victoria M. Patton is forced to share her home with a husband, two teenagers, two dogs, and two cats. If she isn’t plotting her escape, she uses her Search and Rescue/Law Enforcement skills from the Coast Guard and her BS in Forensic Chemistry to figure out the best way to hide all the bodies and write amazing stories about the murders. If she has any free time, she drinks copious amounts of whiskey and binge watches Netflix and Hulu. Find more about her on her website at

Learn more about Victoria M. Patton
About the Series: Damien Kaine Thrillers
This series is a mashup of Law & Order: SVU meets Criminal Minds. It is not for the faint of heart, there are no cozy mysteries here.

Innocence Taken - Two dead girls, another one missing, and a secret that will rip a tight-knit community apart.

Confession of Sin - A brutal killer with a grudge against the Catholic Church begs the question, can God really protect the flock?

Fatal Dominion - Lies, secrets, and murder. All the makings of a good political race.

Web of Malice - The past doesn't always stay in the past. Sometimes it comes back with a vengeance.

Blind Vengeance - How far would you go to get justice for someone you love? Would you kill for them?

*Each book is a standalone story and can be read out of order. However, you will get more character insight reading from book 1*

Also in Series: Damien Kaine Thrillers

Also by This Author

Reviews of Confession of Sin - Not All Secrets Should Be Kept (Damien Kaine Book 2) by Victoria M. Patton

This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book