18 Dead

18 Dead

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by SM Johnson

A Killer is a killer is a killer - right? Especially if he smiled...

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A Killer is a killer is a killer - right? Especially if he smiled...

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Meet the Author

SM Johnson hibernates in a conservative community of northern Wisconsin, where she writes darkly erotic fiction about things that go "naughty" in the night.

Current titles: DeVante's Children, DeVante's Coven, Above the Dungeon, and Out of the Dungeon.

DeVante's Choice will be released in 2012 and concludes the Vampire DeVante trilogy.

Short stories include: DeVante's Curse, My Fifteen Minutes (free everywhere!), and 18 Dead.

SM has 2 Smashwords profiles - this one is self-published novels and short stories, and the other is the Vampire DeVante Trilogy, ebooks and paperbacks published by Rebel Satori Press).

**Note** Out of the Dungeon is being re-released in March 2012 with a new cover and reduced price!

Watch for Above the Dungeon and the short story, 18 Dead, to be available at Smashwords retailers in April of 2012.

Thanks for visiting SM's Indie author page at Smashwords. Please check out the DeVante novels and short story available at Smashwords via Rebel Satori Press. Cheers, darlings!

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18 Dead 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
TracyinMN More than 1 year ago
Only 61 pages and they went fast. Nice read. I really enjoyed it. Makes you think.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a nice quick read. Really funny and kinda sad. I still loved it though
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
IT WAS SOOOOOO SAD & im confused so ya
Paisleyrowan More than 1 year ago
Stark and sparse as I would imagine the only way for a relationship or feeling to develop in that situation would feel like. With just enough cushion to keep you coming back for more. So, very appropriate to the mood and the setting. Good job. A touchy subject handled well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My feelings are kind of mixed on this little short story - there was a part of me that thought the message at the end was nice, although not nearly as well formed as it could have been, and then the other more dominant part of me just could not get past the unrealistic character of Landon (at least I think that is her name? It was only mentioned once.) She was the most blatantly unprofessional and weak-willed forensic psychologist I have ever read. What made me want to read this book in the first place was the aspect that someone who studies psychology could grow sympathetic or affectionate feelings for a person who just brutally murdered 18 people and what they would discover that would make that happen. But the psychological part of it fell short, even though correct terms were used, it just felt out of place and made to confuse/impress readers unfamiliar to psychology, and the reaction she had from the very first session was nothing short of inappropriate. Perhaps it all happened too fast for me to enjoy it or maybe if the author would have delved more into the characters, but it just wasn't what I had hoped for. In the end, the summary was better than the actual story.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You will like this book even though its about a mass killing. I thought it had a sweet ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Errrrr okay.......not sure what the point of this book was....?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very amateur writing. Would not recommend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago