I would appreciate some insight on my query. I have included a question at the bottom as I'm getting mixed reviews as to whether I should include the information or not. Also, before sending it out I will customize it to each agent and include my own background. Thank you! SUNDAY is a 102,000-word Historical Fiction novel set in Georgian England. It follows Lady Evangeline Stedman who spends ten years training to be a warrior. On her seventeenth birthday she will learn why; but not until she makes a choice that will change her life. On that day she stands in front of seventeen people, sword in hand; her task: Kill them all or be killed. Evangeline will always choose her own life. After killing the seventeen people, Bishop Christianson informs her that she has been trained to serve the Lord. She will spend the rest of her life serving Him, or she and her family will be killed. With the knowledge of why she was trained comes new rules: First, only kill on Sunday, as it is the Lord's day. Second, only kill those on the list. Third, never marry. And finally, never tell anyone what she does. Evangeline, and her servant Heddy, set out, killing those on her list. Along the way, she meets Lord Mooreton, who is annoyingly charming, and stubborn. She knows she can never marry but can’t seem to stay away. Evangeline continues to do the Lord's work, all the while keeping in contact with Lord Mooreton. Heddy discovers Evangeline's secret, and, after adjusting to the reality that the child she raised is a murderer, tries to convince Evangeline she has been lied to. Evangeline will hear nothing of it; until she has a dream of the seventeen and realizes she killed her beloved nursemaid, who left on her seventh birthday. When Bishop Christianson discovers Evangeline is no longer under his control, he calls for her death. Evangeline must hurry and find a way to end this evil; she will stop at nothing even if it means losing everything she cares about: her parents, Heddy, and most importantly, her fiancé, Lord Mooreton. Question: Should I include in the Query why Bishop Christianson has selected Evangeline? He selected her because she turned seven on the seventh of July 1707, making her birthday 777, which is considered a perfect/holy number in the Bible. Thank you again.