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The Price of Normal

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He uses several names but never his own since his death twelve years ago. Others have labeled him as a diagnosed sociopath and he accepts that term and credits the sociopathy for his business success. Although he wants to change and be like normal people, he believes only the perfect woman can make that happen. While scouting a football game to feed his appetites, he spots her, and there’s no doubt in his mind that she’s The One. He executes the perfect plan to kidnap her and take her to his place in the country…to have and to hold till death do them part.

Unfortunately for him, the people who care for her won’t let that happen.

311 pages, ebook

Published July 15, 2016

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“A diagnosed psychopath disguised as a benevolent member of the human race.”

He has an IQ off the charts. He’s done things without a quiver of remorse that make normal people sick. The number one item on his bucket list: he wants to experience normal. He knows he can be normal, if only he can find the Perfect One to pay the price.

The Price of Normal is both fascinating and chilling. The reader sees into the brain of a psychopath, while also living the parts of victim, family, and law enforcement. The twists and turns are imaginative and expertly executed (pun intended) – Remember what I wrote when you read about Windwalker.

Which weakness causes him to risk everything? “Pride, anger, desire for revenge? Yes, yes, and heck yes.”

I didn’t read the first book in The Killing People series. The author does a great job in The Price of Normal of bringing the reader up to speed. Thirteen people with unobjectionable day lives solve unique problems in secret. Do the ends justify the means?
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