Colton suffers from mental illness and, like many, cannot control his actions.
BRADENTON, Fla. (PRWEB) November 17, 2015
High school can be a challenging time for many teens, especially those suffering from teen angst. Colton Colby has a bigger problem; he’s a sociopath.
In Sally A. Allen’s engrossing thriller, “Big Bad Killing Machine,” protagonist Colton is a star football player making his way through high school but beware of crossing him. With no regrets, Colton will kill anyone who wrongs him and get away with it.
By emphasizing Colton’s split personality and advantage of being a star athlete, Allen brings to light important issues such as the impact of misdiagnosing mental illnesses as well as the privileges and societal view of student athletes.
“Killing is wrong,” Allen said. “Colton suffers from mental illness and, like many, cannot control his actions.”
Find out how Colton gets away with murder in this thrillingly dark mystery novel.
For more information, visit http://www.bigbadkillingmachine.com/.
“Big Bad Killing Machine”
By Sally A. Allen
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author
Sally A. Allen is the author of several other fiction novels, including “Seeing Sparks,” “Cougar” and “The Rogue.” Originally from Wisconsin, she currently lives in west central Florida.