Author Ron Weiford’s new book “A Debt to Society” is a chilling portrait of a madman driven by an insatiable need to torture and kill his mostly female victims

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Recent release “A Debt to Society” from Page Publishing author Ron Weiford brings readers inside the mind of a psychopath who without a trace of remorse hunts and slaughters women to satisfy his demented sexual cravings. His horrific violence ultimately spirals out of control, threatening to expose him as the serial killer terrorizing the city of Baltimore.

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Ron Weiford, a Maryland native now living in Virginia with Brenda, his wife of eleven years, has published his new book “A Debt to Society”: a gripping and potent tale of horror and madness that keeps the pages turning until the dramatic conclusion.

“A Debt of Society” paints a vivid portrait of a man who believes life has been unfair to him and that he deserves to even the score any way he deems appropriate. John decides to teach the world a lesson until he is satisfied that his debt is paid in full.
Published by Page Publishing, Ron Weiford’s engrossing book is a compelling and graphic choice for avid horror fans.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “A Debt to Society” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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