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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