Frank Swanson is a serial killer.
His entire life he has moved from place to place, never putting his roots down in any one town too long. He has studied his craft, and he has reasons and justifications for who he is and what he does. But one quiet night as Frank disposes of a body, his world changes forever.
In a rural Texas town on the banks of a river, Olivia Rainey becomes Frank's first witness over his long career of killing. Strikingly beautiful, but with dark secrets and longings of her own, she sends his world into a tailspin with her mysteriously self-destructive actions. Could it be that Olivia has a plan that even Frank can't unravel?
In this case what Frank Swanson doesn't know just might kill him.
A Reason to Kill is a psychological thriller that will whip you lightning-fast down a dark road from which there is no return. Fasten your seat belt, and sit low in the seat - just in case.
©2011 Dolphin Moon Publishing (P)2014 Eric A. Shelman
Wow! Just WOW! I loved this book, its a very engaging thriller that will keep you going right to the end. I love the way this author uses colorful details of the lives of the characters to immerse me into the story until I feel like I can see, hear and feel whats going on, I feel like I'm right there! In that way it reminds of the best of Stephen King's earlier books. I was so engrossed in the story that it was hard to be pulled out of it and back into my own world. This was also narrated by the author who did a really great job with it. I can't recommend this book highly enough.
This book was very unique. The storyline almost reads like true crime. Frank Swanson is a killer whose path was chosen when he was very young. When he meets Olivia, things really begin to change for him I did not see the end of this book coming. It was a great twist and I highly recommend this book.
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