Multi-volume author, Cedrick E. Wilson, introduces us to his latest story, “Psychos Anonymous”:
A serial killer thinks he overstepped his bounds on his last murder. He attempts to seek help on the serial killer website REDRUM. A psychiatrist who believes he can help psychotic killers through counseling sets up a group therapy meeting dubbed Psychos Anonymous. Six masked murderers attend the meeting but one of them is not there to be counseled.
So much passion and psychoses, murder and manslaughter. Whether physical or mental, the mayhem barely stops to take a breath.
I am an old, retired guy and must be getting soft. I normally read in the evening, but I had to read this book in the mornings; it was giving me nightmares and disturbing my sleep. This book really drew me in quite deep.
This is not just guts and gore, this book is quite well written. The main characters are fully developed and have serious struggles, some of them are in a lot of emotional pain. Some don’t handle the pain very well. Do any of us? The settings are pretty good, and the dialogue is excellent. The action is gruesome enough for serious fans of the genre. The squeamish might want to avoid the worst parts.
I award 4.7 stars to “Psychos Anonymous”; the score would have been higher except for the handful of spelling errors I found.
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