A fresh type of horror has emerged.
Aaron, the main character, is an extremely narcissistic, spoiled sociopath. He is incapable of emotions but has an uncontrollable need to feel the few emotions he is capable of triggering. This is where the horror begins
You get to know the main characters as the story unfolds. The reader is left wondering about various people and incidents.
Aaron is more than a murderer. Worse in some ways. The majority of his victims can still breath when he’s gotten what he needs from them. His family has money and connections. This is a man that has no limits.
I was stunned by what Aaron was able to continuously do. Reality set in at some point when I realized these people do walk among us. Aaron is a fictional character. I certainly hope and pray it is not possible to gain control of another person the way he does.
This is only the beginning of the horror and havoc Arron causes in his world. A second book is on the way which I can not wait for.
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The kids always pay in a bitter divorce. Especially when one parent never wanted them. Some of these parents found a way to have their burden relieved. Money can buy everything. Computers taking over the world is the least of our worries. What if the children become one with these machines? This book takes you to a place you do not want to know about.
Wow. Be ready. This gets right to the action, drama, and plot in the first paragraph. How do you handle a highly trained killing machine with PTSD. Right place was in favor for this story. It’s never black and white. Responsibly and guilt are the protagonists here. Awesome.
Indie vs. Big Six: The war rages on! The following may seem controversial. And yet, evidence looms the ‘big six’ traditional publishers may be covertly manipulating or stifling indie book sales! Th…
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I would love to read any books you recommend or a newly writen one that needs a review. I’m very honest. I will tell you if it’s not my kind of book. Mysteriy. Thriller, suspense, true crime, nonfiction, and hauted house books are my style. Email he at Danly30@aol.com. 📚
The Troubles Keeper by Susan May
Rory Fine is his name. Tall, 26 years old, good looking, extremely nice to others. A real people person. I’d shake his hand if I ran into him. He has the ability to take your troubles away. It’s a psychic kind of power which is a secret. So he thinks. He’s a transit bus driver by choice. The love of his life is a regular passenger. She does find this out slowly. When delving into other people’s troubles to take them away sometimes you meet true evil. Rory has met true evil. Of course he takes full responsibility for this new evil thing. The stakes are high. He could loose the girl he’s decided to marry. The magnitude of what could happen if this evil prevails is unknown. It’s beyond this world. It’s a bad situation. Rory’s abilities must grow a lot stronger if he’s to win this battle. Unknowing to him, he’s not only the one doing battle. He’s also the creator. I voluntarily wrote this review. I received a complimentary copy of The Troubles Keeper in exchange for a fair and honest review. Thank Susan May for giving me the opportunity to read this very original and amazing story. Odd Thomas and Chris Snow fans this is a book for you.
I am looking forward to reading and reviewing this book!
The Mystery Murder Case of the Century by Robert K. Tanenbaum Author of Infamy: A Butch Karp-Marlene Ciampi Thriller If I were asked to select one case in the history of our justice system that epi…
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