The Double Twin Murders [NOOK Book]

Overview

Seventeen-year-old Annie Blake stares at her computer screen when her screams pierce the night and her quiet country household. It’s been four years since she lost her twin sister to the brutal murder of the man who will soon be named The Double Twin Murderer. All Annie can do as her parents burst into her room is point at the message on the computer screen: THERE WERE SIX THAT I COUNTED AS THE BEST. I’VE WATCHED EACH OF YOU WHO REMAIN GROW INTO WOMANHOOD. TWO HAVE PLAYED THE GAME AND LOST. ANNIE, YOU ARE THE ...
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The Double Twin Murders

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Overview

Seventeen-year-old Annie Blake stares at her computer screen when her screams pierce the night and her quiet country household. It’s been four years since she lost her twin sister to the brutal murder of the man who will soon be named The Double Twin Murderer. All Annie can do as her parents burst into her room is point at the message on the computer screen: THERE WERE SIX THAT I COUNTED AS THE BEST. I’VE WATCHED EACH OF YOU WHO REMAIN GROW INTO WOMANHOOD. TWO HAVE PLAYED THE GAME AND LOST. ANNIE, YOU ARE THE LOVELIEST OF THEM ALL. THE DICE HAVE BEEN TOSSED. YOU ARE NEXT. IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO PLAY MY GAME OF PLEASURE.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011909009
  • Publisher: Fido Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/5/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 372 KB

Meet the Author

Phillip Sweeny is a free-lance writer whose interests vary from how fantasy creatures such as elves, fairies, and dragons ( as reflected in his novel, Marla) might interact erotically with our present world, to tender love stories(Once and Once Again-soon to be released by Excessica). Initially a poet, he branched into romantic fiction. His first erotic story, Christmas in Paradise (Stardust Press), can be found in Excessica.com’s Winter Anthology. The Christmas Fairy, an erotic glimpse into the interaction between an Irish banshee and human will be published in time for the Christmas 2010 season. A sequel, The Bog Witch, is a work in progress. The Double Twin Murders (Fido Publications) is an experimental change, delving into the calculating horror of a serial killer and the men who pursue him. Phillip Sweeny can be found on facebook as Phillip Sweeny.
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