There's a hate-filled, smart, tough and determined victim of yours out there who specializes in 'low-tech' surgery performed with an X-acto knife.
She stalks, entraps, and punishes.
In some ways this novel is a throwback to the glory days of pulp fiction, say the 1930s when paperback novels were a dime apiece. They were typically written in a couple of months in a hard-boiled ersatz James M. Cain style with an ordinary joe as the protagonist. They served well as escapist fare for flophouse waitresses and guys selling apples on street corners. Even the slightly smudgy-looking typeset in this book--as though the characters had been Xeroxed from Xerox ...more