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The Seventh Cut

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Ever felt sorry for a serial killer? Sounds a bizarre concept - but you'll find in this excellent work of fiction that you do become dangerously close to this emotion - as well as many others. What differentiates the 'normal' psyche from that of the warped savage, brutal and ritual killer? Elkmann almost sympathetically guides you through the maze of Ray Broughton's ...more
Kindle Edition, 305 pages
Published February 29th 2012
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Mary Johnson
Jan 10, 2015 Mary Johnson rated it really liked it
The story was good; the characters believable and on the whole a reasonable read. However, the author needs to find a way of structuring the chapters differently. The action jumped from one member of the cast to another without any senblance of link nor any change in style to indicate the transition. This was a nusance sometimes. Overall an enjoyable read and will watch out for future books.
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