Diary of a Serial Killer by B. Cameron Lee

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"Warning: This is not a politically correct book and may upset readers with a gentle disposition. Don’t say you haven’t been warned!

Reece writes for therapy. After an unusual and generally unhappy childhood it is all he has, besides work. After nine books he is still getting rejection slips. No one likes rejection, least of all Reece.
He hits on a plan, write a first person account on the inner workings of a serial killer’s mind while he is planning a kill and executing it.
Especially while the memory is fresh.
All it takes is some proper Research."

About B. Cameron Lee

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I came to writing late. The same way I seem to have come to a lot of things in life. Over the years I have worked at over forty occupations, some for a very short period of time. Recently, I spent a couple of years in the North of Australia, living and working. It is a whole different world and the people in it all have stories to tell. I became interested in Aboriginal art and the people whose lives it touches. The country talks to you if you listen and sometimes you find yourself talking back. There are special places, well off the beaten track, where people have lived for longer than civilization as we know it has existed and yet their art remains. So do the stories, the oral history and the traditions. Listen. While there is still time.
Published October 31, 2009 by XlibrisUS. 188 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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