Do you ever have to stop yourself and make sure you’re operating at a normal human rate?
TEMPE, AZ (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
In his new horror novel “The Landlord’s Shadow” (published by iUniverse), author Jake Warner crafts a terrifying tale of serial murders and innocent victims.
Twenty-five-year-old Big Ralph moves to the quaint university town of Bowling Blue, Ohio, as a new landlord. He promises free rent to students if they help work on his ramshackle house, and it’s not long before he finds his ideal candidates. An easy life on Raised Hare Road soon begins, along with school and plenty of parties.
Unfortunately for Ralph and his friends, a young, dangerous psychopath escapes from a psychiatric ward and goes on the warpath. Cristina wants revenge for the murder of her mother, and she must find her criminal father to do so. In the meantime, she enjoys her life as a serial killer.
Will Big Ralph and his young tenants get in the deadly way of one woman’s endless, insane search for vengeance?
An excerpt from “The Landlord’s Shadow”:
“‘I have to remind myself to breathe sometimes, Ralph. It gets overwhelming. Do you ever have to stop yourself and make sure you’re operating at a normal human rate?’
‘Hah! Define normal.’”
“The Landlord’s Shadow”
By Jake Warner
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781475971163
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781475971156
E-Book | 254 pages | ISBN 9781475971170
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jake Warner grew up with one brother and many cousins in Elida, Ohio. He lives in Tempe, Ariz., with his two dogs. Warner received an associate’s degree in travel management, but now works in the banking industry.
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