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It is her quest to rid the world, or at least Billings Montana, of men who prey on women for sexual exploitation. One by one they locate her and she snuffs them out. How many will succumb to her vengeance before Detectives Joe Crawford and Quinton Ryan arrest her?
What could cause an educated woman like her to hate so deeply? How can she so heartlessly murder?
Is there any
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Paperback, first, 253 pages
Published September 23rd 2014 by BookBaby (first published August 5th 2014)
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Edmond Gagnon
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I didn't finish reading this book and struggled to give it three stars, but it was a descent story that touched on some serious issues with regard to the abuse of women. Maybe I'm biased because I'm a former police detective, but I thought the investigative and police procedural parts of the book fell flat.
The author came up with a truly unique MO for her serial killer and that peaked my curiosity, but even that wasn't enough to coax me into finishing the book. I think overall, it lacked the
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I started this novel nearly ten years ago. The unfinished manuscript was put on the shelf for a few years. Perhaps I needed time to heal further myself. Perhaps I needed time to be secure in my own recovery. Perhaps it just was not time to confess the workings of my mind until I lived over 3,000 miles away from the scene of the novel. I really do not want to frighten people with my thoughts and ...more

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“Surreal existence. She had been a serial killer. Was she, had she been, a surreal killer? Was her former life surreal and now this, this unknown, was it real? A surreal killer. A cereal killer. What was a cereal killer? Ah, she knew, it was the person who ate the last of the Cheerios.” 0 likes
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