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The Butcher's List

eBook (PDF), 425 Pages
(3 Ratings)
Price: $7.99
What would happen if you lived in a nice quiet community and terror started to erupt? Children have started to be murdered and chilling torture took place. Someone has made a list of victims. That list continues to grow. Roger S. Williams has a way of intriguing his audience with spine chilling action that takes his readers into the ghastly mind of a serial killer.
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  • By Publishing with Passion
    Dec 20, 2011
    The life of people living in a small quiet community becomes a horrific place when a serial killer starts to choose his victims. Children seem to be his favorites, at first, and torture is his game. Chills will run up your spine when you see through the eyes of a madman, yet do not know who he is. Roger S. Williams lets you try to solve the case as the characters unfold as you read through the pages of this intriguing murder novel.
  • By shoshosilver
    Jul 26, 2011
    Great book! The three suspects I had in mind turned out not to be the killers..great twist at the end! This ties with one other book as my favorite.
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Product Details

Publisher
Publishing with Passion
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
425
File Format
PDF
File Size
21.13 MB

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Printable? Yes
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