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The Virgin Killer is a story about a psychotic antisocial who interprets his dreams as visions from the angels in heaven. His twisted and troubled mind believes his mission is to kill in order to rid the world of sin. The victims are exotic dancers from the area strip clubs. It is they who sometimes appear in his dreams, and should he become aroused by them, it only proves his mission is valid. Angie Gibbs, the beautiful assistant state’s attorney, has outlined the serial killers profile and, with the help of two patrolmen, Boris Greske and Tommy Arthur, set about to catch him and end his reign of terror. The two patrolmen and four other friends make up a group that plays poker every Friday evening. The game travels to a different house each week, allowing the reader to meet interesting characters who add romance, drama, and humor. Hamilton Barfield III owns a realty agency but loves to share salty humor before the poker game begins. It has become a tradition. Donald Bennett, a veterinarian, is a bachelor father who raised his daughter Karen by himself after his wife died seven years earlier. He was introduced to Angie Gibbs, the red-haired divorcee, at the group’s annual barbeque. Their romance followed; however, Donald was continuously confused by his feelings for the hazel-eyed Addison Lynch. Addison, nearly twenty years his junior, has loved Donald since high school. She’s made no secret about it and claimed Donald loved her as well but just didn’t realize it. Addison is the owner of Rambling Rascal the champion Standard bred pacer. Her dramatic and dreadful racing accident left her paralyzed and jolted Donald to face the truth proving her right. The Virgin Killer is George Edward Moon’s second novel. The story and characters are pure fiction. Any resemblance to those living or dead is truly coincidental. Like Reno’s Funmakers before it, the Virgin Killer reflects the authors fast-paced style and is an easy and enjoyable read.

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