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Monday, July 29, 2013

Killing Matt Cooper

Author: John Cassian
Book Format: ePub (Nook)
Obtained: From author for fair and honest review
My Rating: 3 stars
Pages: 52
Published: April 15th, 2013 by Smashwords


A harrowing and erotic glimpse through the eyes of a serial killer, KILLING MATT COOPER chronicles all the things that makes a monster tick; and the twisted form of love that he is seeking. KILLING MATT COOPER's unnamed narrator details a swirling maelstrom of misogyny, violence, sex, and fantasy -- all the things that he believes will lead him back to his Love. If you're a fan of "American Psycho" and "Dexter," this is the book for you!


I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.

A serial killer is on the loose. He picks out his victims from a list he keeps in his head. The victims he chooses? They are women who cheat. He picks the women who remind him of His Love, who happened to be his first victim. Although he does not have sex with them, he wants each of his victims to go out having the best orgasm of their life. He is very careful with how he gets rid of the bodies, and he feels his method is foolproof, that is until the FBI is brought in to investigate an incident at his dump site, and bodies are found. Will he be found out? Will the beautiful lead investigator figure out it is him? Only time will tell.

This was an interesting novella, to say the least. As many others have said about it, it is a quick read, and one that is difficult to put down once you start reading it. With it only being 52 pages, I was able to complete it in less than a day. However, when I was done, I was left wanting more. I feel as if there is, or could be more to the story.

Aside from that, if you are not one for reading “rape” stories, then I would suggest you pass on this. The author does get a little specific about a couple of his victims. But, at the same time, it is not too erotic.

Available From: Barnes & Noble, Smashwords

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