by Billie Sue Mosiman



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Slice by Billie Sue Mosiman

Love is a special thing for each of us. And for each of us, unique.

For Sully Torrance, love was a woman named Francine-his wife, and the center and the locus of his soul.
Till the day a deranged killer named Martin Lansing stole Frannie's life in an orgy of sadistic terror that left the woman dead in pieces, her blood covering the walls of their bedroom.

For Carla Cohen, love is family and heritage-her dead sister, Francine; her brother-in-law, Sully, who helped raise her after her parents died in a tragic accident. And perhaps as much, for Carla, love is a thirst for revenge on the killer who stole her sister and turned Carla's own life into a hellish nightmare.

And for a deranged serial killer like Martin Lansing? For him, love is a woman named Carla Cohen-a woman who wants to kill him.
A woman he wants to kill.

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ISBN-13: 9780671658205
Publisher: Pocket Books
Publication date: 11/15/1988

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Slice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
thebonebreaker More than 1 year ago
I read this one, digitally, under the title 'Killing Carla'... Billie Sue Mosiman has a knack for grabbing you by the throat, from the very get-go, and not letting go until the very end. In Killing Carla, Mosiman has created a serial killer that you won't soon forget! Definitely Recommended!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just a story. Ok, it was a good story it was just pretty plain. I love crazy psycho killers though and this guy was one of them! I give that an A+ but the story seemed just ordinary. I expected more from Carla. I expected some crazy 'JUNK' from her training but it didn't happen. Then I was hoping the climax in the cave was going to erupt into something big, or we'd find out something crazy in Lansing's past that connected them in some way. It didn't happen and so I thought the story was ok but not great. Numerous type errors were found throughout. I would read more from this author though.