The Killing Girl by Summer Prescott

This one grabbed me right from the first page. On the run for murder, Susanna leaves bodies in her wake as she sets off to find her awkward husband, Tim who claimed to know nothing of his wife’s extracurricular activities wants nothing more than to put as much distance between them as possible.

I was truly enthralled with this graphic novel, if you’re not into gore and extra bloody details, this might not be the one for you.


‘Til death do us part…

Obsession can be a dangerous thing. 

Susannah dabbles in darkness, finding sadistic solace in the death of those who deserve it. But now she wants something more. Or, more to the point…someone. 

She’s on a manhunt. She will possess him, one way or another, whether in life, or death. She hasn’t made up her mind yet. 

He’s the only one who ever accepted her. Who even maybe loved her, in his own strange way. And then, he left her, which could turn out to be a deadly mistake. 

Her husband Tim, a mild-mannered mortician, has packed his bags and fled, a fugitive from his homicidal wife. She wants him, and what Susannah wants, she gets. 

Will Tim continue to elude his murderous mate? If he doesn’t, will he survive her peculiar form of love? 

This journey through the mind of a stone-cold killer will leave you on the edge of your seat. Close the doors, lock the windows, and get ready for a bloodcurdling ride. 

The Killing Girl is available for purchase in print and ebook formats. 

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