Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) February 14, 2005
EJ Wasson, the author of "And The World Said Nothing," is thrilled that readers will be able to get his book. The book which follows the daily life of a serial killer is drawing rave reviews from those who have read it. It draws some comparison to Bret Easton Ellis' tale of Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho." The main difference is the style in which is was created.
"And The World Said Nothing," was written in the first person. It is laid out as a series of journal entries, and this decision has made it an amazingly quick read. At just over 300 pages, our readers have been amazed at how quickly they were able to finish the book.
The line of fiction and reality has been blurred, and EJ Wasson is the reason.
For more information on the book, as well as book signing information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org