Snap by Allen Renfro

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The country is petrified by a rogue criminal known as Killer Ghost who posts videos online of his brutal crimes. Pursued by federal and state authorities as a domestic terrorist, the Killer Ghost randomly slaughters his chosen victims and burns churches with no obvious patterns officials can track.

Danny, a desperate young hustler, is rescued and befriended by a stranger. As if falling from the sky the stranger he calls Blue Eyes is a dream come true giving Danny a chance to start a brand new life. But happiness is short lived when Danny realizes the stranger who is tormented by horrific events in his past could be the Killer Ghost determined to destroy everything and everyone in his way and avenge a past he did not deserve.
 

About Allen Renfro

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Allen Renfro makes his home in Knoxville, Tennessee and is a native Tennessean. A graduate of Tennessee's oldest college, Tusculum, he frequently appeared in the small press and underground zines of the early to mid 1990s. A published poet and artist, he has tackled controversial subjects and is making a name for himself in dark fiction. He is the author of the critically acclaimed epic supernatural thriller The Raised. Snap is his second published novel.
 
Published March 31, 2012 by ARMSlength. 248 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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