Corrective Measures

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
One in 100 people is a psychopath. Don't be rude to strangers.
Jack is a serial killer whose therapist points him at his victims. After a confrontation over a parking spot, Jack wants to murder a woman who is simply an inconsiderate driver. Dr. Papua refuses. In this suspenseful story, we get a terrifying view inside the mind of a killer and begin to understand how dangerous the world can be. More

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 40% Sample: Online Reader
Words: 6,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987780799
About Robert Chazz Chute


A former journalist for newspapers and magazines, I've made the leap to writing full-time. I founded Ex Parte Press to hide in my basement to write suspense and strange fictions.

Every Friday I have a new free comedy and fiction podcast (Self-help for Stoners) available on iTunes and Stitcher. Readers and listeners can download it straight from my author website, Writers may also like my writing site

Now available in paperback on Self-help for Stoners, Stuff to Read When You're High. Legal everywhere!

You can also buy a short story collection with a couple of award-winning stories: Sex, Death & Mind Control (for fun and profit) on

My ebooks are available just about everywhere, so please check them out!

Also by This Author


Review by: Tony Collett on April 01, 2012 :
Every day we run into stress, by which I mean the override you use to choke some SOB that deserves it. We run into people we want to do something about, and ultimately do nothing because in those rare instances that we did, nothing came of it.
Every day we die a thousand deaths. Jack hasn't caused a thousand deaths, but not from a lack of trying. His therapist is giving him direction and purpose, but not the way you think. And then there's that bitch that thinks Jack is another roadblock in her happy life.
Exciting read. Chazz' writing is thrilling to read, and leaves you hungry for more. I'm going to get more of his stories.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: David Straus on Jan. 15, 2012 :
Fun and sharp take on the sociopathic anti-hero, and his support system. Looking forward to seeing these characters again, and in a more extended work.:D
(review of free book)

Review by: d somers on Jan. 14, 2012 :
Thoroughly enjoyed this short story--very relatable! (sp?)
I am sure we have all had similar experiences to the main character. And the psychologist in the story feels very familiar. I look forward to reading more stories by this author.
(review of free book)

Report this book