Short Story Review: Suspect Zero by Richard Kadrey

April 24, 2013 3.5 stars, Book Review 1

Pabkin’s One Liner: A night of dark deeds and murderous work


In this terrifying tale by New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey, a young aspiring serial killer goes in search of a mentor—the supreme, the ultimate killer. What he finds is much greater and much worse than he ever could have imagined.


Suspect Zero is a short macabre story of the extremely creepy kind. A young man hitching a ride – On the hunt for a murderous legend. Who he finds isn’t exactly who he expected. From one old murderer to a young one. They feel each other out and we spend a night following them around while they perform their twisted ‘work’.

I didn’t go into this one with any expectations because I didn’t even read the description.  I just saw the name Richard Kadrey and was all ‘Yes, I should so read this!’ I wasn’t let down!  It was a super short enjoyable read and you might have a few moments of “WTF?” but if you enjoy your fiction on the darker side its worth the read.

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When I'm in the zone I can flip book pages faster than the eye can see - screaming "More Input!" I'm a book, yarn, & art supply hoarding goblin who loves to draw, make toys and craft all sorts of creepy cute things. My current habit is to listen to audio books while I'm arting it up!
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