Everyday Psychokillers by Lucy Corin
A History for Girls, A Novel

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In Everyday Psychokillers spectacular violence is the idiom of everyday life, a lurid extravaganza in which all those around the narrator seem vicarious participants. And at its center are the interchangeable young girls, thrilling to know themselves the object of so much desire and terror.

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Lucy Corin is an assistant professor in the English department at James Madison University. Her short stories have appeared in numerous literary journals and twice in Algonquin's New Stories from the South, the Year's Best anthology series. Corin was first published by FC2 in 1996 in New Women's Fiction Anthology, Chick-Lit 2 (No Chick Vics). This is her first novel.
Published May 27, 2014 by Dzanc Books. 223 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, History, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The most constant dread, born of tabloid news and true-crime books, is of serial killers, the Ted Bundys of the world, who prey on girls like Corin’s narrator, the ones always described as innocent (“To point to something and call it innocent is to suggest that it won’t be around for long, or tha...

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