Monstrous by Tommy Walker
The Autobiography of a Serial Killer but for the Grace of God

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"Monstrous" traces the author's life as he subtly drifted toward and within a homicidal state before awakening at age 21.
 

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Tommy Walker has written more than 60 worship songs that are used in worship services worldwide. These include "He Knows My Name," and "That's Why We Praise Him." Tommy has led worship for Promise Keepers and on worship recordings for integrity Music and Maranathal Music and is the author of He Knows My Name. Tommy Walker lives in Los Angeles, California.
 
Published April 5, 2002 by BookSurge Publishing. 492 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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There is a steady pulse to the writing, despite its circling details, and Walker even inserts humor into his unlovely life, as when a porn-shop owner shoots him a look when he inquires about incest magazines–“It’s unusual for a merchant to give you eyes since they have to make their sale, but t...

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Tommy Walker's "Monstrous: The Autobiography of a Serial Killer but for the Grace of God" has scored it's second straight favorable review at a major website with Bryan Nelson's review of it for DeviantCrimes.com, heir to the former Serial Killer Info Site.

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