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Publisher's Summary

Twenty-six-year-old actor Daniel Wozniak was unemployed, facing eviction, and deep in debt for his upcoming wedding. So he devised a diabolical plan: He asked his neighbor Sam Herr, a young war veteran, to help him move some things into the attic of an empty theater. There, Wozniak shot Herr twice in the head before taking his ATM card and cell phone. Hours later Wozniak performed onstage with his fiancée in a local production of the musical Nine, convinced that he had gotten away with murder....

Wozniak dismembered his victim's body and hid the pieces. Then he lured Herr's college friend Juri "Julie" Kibuishi to Herr's apartment and shot her twice in the head. The police immediately declared Herr a prime suspect - just as Wozniak had planned. But when Herr was declared missing and his ATM withdrawals led authorities to Wozniak at his bachelor party, the actor was forced to play the role of a lifetime in a shocking murder investigation that would be his greatest - and final - performance.

©2017 Keith Elliot Greenberg (P)2017 Tantor

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Big Letdown

Would you try another book from Keith Elliot Greenberg and/or Tom Perkins?

No

What could Keith Elliot Greenberg have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Add some personality to the story.

How could the performance have been better?

Another narrator.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Killing for You?

There seemed to be no flow to the composition of this book. So, many scenes were off.

Any additional comments?

Between the author and the narrator the feel was very flat. It just seemed to drone on and on.