Psycho Path by J. C. Tolliver

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The human mind can be a strange, scary, and an unpredictable place. It becomes a balancing act for Henry, a psychopath, who's mind rest heavily on the brink of madness. He lives with his stepbrother Caleb, and both have been raised by an overbearing selfish, and abusive Mother. Henry made Caleb feel inferior and mentally slow; for years he convinced him that he knew what was best for him, and manipulated him with fear and the threat of punishment from their Mother. Caleb was always afraid that Henry would go into one of his rages and hurt or even kill him. Henry has killed three people, and never feels a thing, so Caleb knows Henry would kill him in an instant if he wanted to. Caleb's main goal was to get his Mother to love him like she loves Henry, because, after all, Caleb did let Henry's twin sister drown in the kitchen sink. Mother always blamed him for her death, even though he was only six at the time. Henry's obsession with Bryson, a local 18 year old girl, is the catalyst for a series of events no one could predict. In his mind, she was the most beautiful girl in the world and she was his. He owned her, and no one else could ever have her. He vowed to kill anyone who stood in his way. He kidnapped Bryson and her twin sister Bria; the chain of events that follow will leave you glued to the story and wanting more.
 

About J. C. Tolliver

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Janet E. Tolliver Chambers grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio during the 1960's and 70's. As a twin herself, she is quite aware of the bond and understanding that twins experience throughout their lives. Ms. Chambers is a wife, mother, sister, cousin, aunt, grandmother, friend, nurse, artist and now a novelist. In spite of her hectic life, she has always made time to develop her many creative talents. This is her first novel, a "psychological thriller" full of unexpected twists and turns; it will leave readers wanting more.
 
Published April 19, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 402 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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