Truly, Deeply Disturbed
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Truly, Deeply Disturbed

4.5 of 5 stars 4.50  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Ever been cut off by a self-centered driver or angered by someone bringing too many items into the express lane at the grocery store, and thought "this jerk needs to suffer"? You're certainly not alone. But there's someone out there who is taking care of it for all of us without the stomach to punish those who deserve it. He doesn't wear a cape or a badge. You've never hea...more
Published September 15th 2011 by Post-Mortem Press (first published March 14th 2011)
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Mar 17, 2011 Andrew rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
But I guess I'm a little biased...
The very idea of this book's theme was more appealing to me than I can even express: a redemption story about an unrepentant serial killer whose personal mission is to weed out those among us without whom the world will be better off. Those who have stolen money from trusting people who invest in a phony scheme; the jerk who needlessly belittles a fast-food cashier; the trophy wife abusing her toddler step-daughter in the grocery store while loudly talking on her cell; all these and more will be...more
let me say I love the plot, after finishing the audio I was wanting to hear the "bloopers" lmao ... disturbed is in the title for a reason! There is gore ... there is sex ... and then there is ... disturbing LOL ... you've been warned should you go in search

ps ... hope this isn't a spoiler ... I was very happy it was not akin to the movie "God Bless America" ... which was my fear upon the introduction of Samantha :)
If you enjoy horror as much as I do, pick this bad boy up!
Andrew takes you on a very sick and twisted journey and pulls no punches. I was surprised at the humanity side of the book and the actual love story that blossoms throughout. The love for a little girl and the love for a companion. The book is so descriptive of every grisly detail that you can almost smell the blood! Great job Andrew!
I need to sit down and write a proper review but I highly recommend that you give yourself a good chunk of time to sit down when you read this as you won't want to get up. Andrew cost me some sleep.
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I always make sure I have the proper amount of items in my cart when going through the express lane because of this book.
Delightful, bloody and oddly sweet. Not your average serial killer story.
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Writer, blogger, director, all-around theater professional and one-time ice cream man Andrew Nienaber has seen enough of the human soul that he never really has to talk to another person as long as he lives. He is the author of the short-lived but very popular blog The Ill Humor Man, which chronicled his exploits behind the wheel of an ice cream truck. His plays have been performed in small theate...more
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