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Somewhere just past Texas hill country is a little town called Psychoville. You won't find it on any maps, but it is there. Deputy Spurlock is the law in Psychoville. He remains on the lookout for weary travelers unlucky enough to pass through this tiny town. The townsfolk are always on the lookout for new talent for their snuff films, led by the beautiful and deadly Echo, or human sacrifices for an ancient cult.

If one is really lucky, they may just end up as a human sex toy for a group of mutant redneck girls. If they manage to escape from any of these groups, something even more sinister awaits them in the woods. There are lots of ways to suffer and die in Psychoville, but there is no way out.

©2015 Tim Miller (P)2016 Tim Miller

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Very good name for the book!

Holy cow this book is nuts, or psycho I guess I should say! Tim Miller is a very creative author! Dee Butchery does an excellent job with the narration. I hope I never find myself in a town like Psycoville!

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Highly disturbing!

Having read the ebook, I knew what horror awaited me in this story. Not for the faint of heart, this terrifying trip through small-town Texas is a lesson in anatomy and debauchery. Humans are the cruelest animals, and Miller goes above and beyond with this story. The voice actor is tremendously talented, and I would love to hear more from her. Overall, Psychoville is my favorite book by this author.

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The narrator ruined it

the story was like most of the rest. But with an awful narrarator. i struggled with listening to her try all these different voices and failing. if you like graphic books but don't mind a bad narrarator. this one's for you