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In a blind girl’s nightmares, murder is a dream come true.

Above anything else, Alice Bergman craves independence. But after a cruel classmate bullies the blind sixteen-year-old at school, her determined dreams become a vision of the boy's death. And when she wakes, she's horrified to learn her tormentor didn't survive the night.

Already terrified

ebook, 140 pages
Published January 29th 2019 by Drezhn Publishing LLC
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Mark Van
Feb 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Birth Of A Killer is the prequel to The Braille Killer, and filled with information that explains Alice's past leading to her future. This is a book you won't want to put down til the very end. Daniel Kuhnley is a terrific writer and understands what readers want and need. Fantastic read. I know you'll enjoy reading both as much as I did.
May 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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130 pages were done before I could even blink. Fast-paced, twists and turns you think are around the corner aren’t... they pop out at you from around the third corner or the fifth. Needless to say, you gotta be on your toes with this series. I thought I knew who the killer was several times, sometimes after wrangling the characters into a soap opera machinations. At on point I thought to myself “It was Colonel Mustard in the Dining Room with the lead pipe (as I’m writing this I feel so dumb to h ...more
Angela Bambrey
Oct 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
A good book with a blind main character

I enjoyed the story. Being blind myself The author got a few things wrong about how a blind person might do things but overall this is fiction so it didn’t bother me that much. I really enjoy reading a mystery story that had description that I could relate to. The author did a great job mentioning the crinkling paper mentioning the other things that a blind person might notice. I also enjoyed this book enough that I am off to read the next story in this The
Jesse Presgraves
Apr 27, 2020 rated it liked it
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I liked this novella a bit better than the first full novel. I mostly really enjoyed this one because it was more what I wanted from the first novel. I went in wanting a young blind woman who is being threatened and harassed by a man who may have witnessed a deadly accident. This is the story I was wanting, but it's definitely tainted by the knowledge that it turns into an episode of Supernatural in the next book.
Sep 06, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A definitely suspenseful story. Alice is blind and keeps getting bullied. One classmate in particular is really mean. This book helps us understand the next one. Don’t miss out.
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Read the FREE prequel novella to The Braille Killer, Birth Of A Killer .

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I'm Daniel Kuhnley, an American author of Dragon Fantasy and Supernatural Serial Killer stories. Some of my novels include The Dragon's Stone, Reborn, The Braille Killer, and Rended Souls. I enjoy watching movies, reading novels, and programming. I

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