The Anti-Literature Killer!
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***** super serial killer thriller, January 26, 2013
This review is from: The Anti-Literature Killer! (HKAS Edition)
A murderer in rural Georgia appears to be targeting book lovers. The crimes are extraordinarily brutal and the media has nicknamed the murderer the Anti-Literature Killer. When another killing takes place in a local bookstore the FBI’s Behavioral and Analysis Unit sends in its top profiler to investigate the case. The victim, a tourist from Arizona, was bludgeoned in the head with an obviously unread book; the title of which has no relevance to the plot at all.
Profiler Malleus spends his time flashing his badge and donning the ubiquitous gloves he appears to have a fetish for wearing. The local female gendarme admires his style and wonders what other, more intimate, articles of clothing might be of interest to his lower head. L.Donner, the coroner, exams the body and states the obvious. Along with a blow to the head, the upper head he notes as the victim is a female, the eyes have been gouged out.
The author’s first book is a taut, terrifying thriller. The multilevel, morbid mystery features a glove wearing protagonist who keeps his hands to himself enabling him to deal with a large cast of women who are either victims, witnesses, perpetually disheveled or living with cats. The storyline grips the reader from the moment the latest murder victim is found dead. As the search for a madwoman obsessed with relish heats up the secondary characters, particularly a hot doc whose moniker is Gorilla, will delight sub gene fans attracted to oddly named characters and five star reviews.