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.
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Thriller with Really Warped Characters...
This book is certainly thrilling! It is author narrated and I must say I think he did a fine job. I often think (as long as the author has a nice voice) that more authors should narrate their own work, then the book is not left to someone else's interpretation.
This is the story of Frank Swanson and Olivia Rainey. Unfortunately neither the protagonist or antagonist is a likable character. This however does not take away from the book. Frank is a serial killer of primarily abusive men. He began killing when he was just 12 yrs old. At that time he killed his abusive stepfather while he was raping his sister. Years later he finds this is his calling.
Olivia is a widow of a serial killer who was executed by the state for his crimes.
Frank and Olivia meet and as the story unfolds you learn that neither is who they seem to be.
The ending is a shocker (if a little gruesome), but it demonstrates the saying "what goes around comes around ".
This is good light listening, recommended.
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Another great book!
- Mary Meadows