Stalking You Now
The reprehensible man sits in the restaurant. Laughing with his friends. Entertaining them with a story about his wretched behavior. He doesn't know that somebody at another table is watching him. Somebody filled with hatred. Somebody waiting for him to be alone. Somebody with duct tape and a... show more
The reprehensible man sits in the restaurant. Laughing with his friends. Entertaining them with a story about his wretched behavior.
He doesn't know that somebody at another table is watching him. Somebody filled with hatred. Somebody waiting for him to be alone. Somebody with duct tape and a gun.
It's a night for vengeance. And a hell of a lot more.
Publish date: 26-02-2013
Pages no: 140
Edition language: English
Jeff Strand writes in a very familiar kind of way. Almost all of his MCs have the same slightly cynical, vaguely amusing view of the world (much like Strand himself I would assume). It doesn't matter if those MCs are good people with the best of intentions, or despicable people who fail to give a sh...
The Flatside Killer stalks the man who blundered upon the bodies of his victims 25 years ago and ended his rampage. He captures the man and it would have gone perfectly but he didn't count on the man having another stalker; his girlfriend Mindy... This is the twenty-third book in my Kindle Unlimi...
Stalking You Now is a novella and will be easy to spoil if I get all long-windy so I’ll be keeping it short. When it begins a stalker is doing what stalkers do best. He is following around a loud mouthed man who deserves a beating just because he’s so obnoxious. Whoops, did I say that out loud? Anyw...
I'm becoming such a big fan of Stands' work. He has a great ability to mix humour and horror without drawing anything away from the story.Someone is out for revenge but gets more than they bargained for when a third party decides to join in. This story took many unexpected turns and the ending was a...
This novella was so good, I read it all at once in about an hour.It showcases Jeff Strand's comedic style, while also being as serious as death. It sounds kind of crazy but somehow Mr. Strand pulls it off.The story involves a serial killer stalking his victim and somehow evolves into something else ...
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