First Time Killer

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In shock radio, nothing is too far over-the-top in the pursuit of ratings. Not even murder.

D.C. radio talk show host Rick Jennings gets a chilling call from a self-proclaimed killer. As members of his talk show get murdered, the killer phones in to gloat.

In a world of psychics and poseurs, crazy deejays and crazier callers, it’s up to Rick to bring down the killer before more people perish. More

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About Alan Orloff

Before Alan Orloff stepped off the corporate merry-go-round, he had an eclectic (some might say disjointed) career. As an engineer, he worked on nuclear submarines, supervised assembly workers in factories, facilitated technology transfer from the Star Wars program, and learned to stack washing machines three high in a warehouse with a forklift. His debut mystery, DIAMONDS FOR THE DEAD, was a Best First Novel Agatha Award finalist. He writes the Last Laff mystery series for Midnight Ink: KILLER ROUTINE (2011) and DEADLY CAMPAIGN (2012). He's also the author, writing as Zak Allen, of THE TASTE (horror/thriller) and FIRST TIME KILLER (thriller). He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and two children.

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Review by: Doug Bower on April 01, 2012 : star star star star
I found this book quite enjoyable - a fun and easy read. Rick Jennings is a radio talk show host. The show he hosts is being considered for satelite radio and the potential of big money. One day he receives a call from a listener who says he has killed someone (he is given the name First Time Killer). Ratings skyrocket as the killer continues to call in and Rick tries to find the killer. I found the characters well developed, the setting really interesting, and the pace quick. When I thought I had the killer identified I found out I was wrong (and this happened not once but twice). Definitely worth the read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: trisha hackett on March 31, 2012 : star star star star star
This book was enjoyable and I felt it will keep readers wanting more. It also shows how we can get the wrong impression about friends when we do not know the full truth.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: trisha hackett on March 31, 2012 : (no rating)
This book was enjoyable and I felt it will keep readers wanting more. It also shows how we can get the wrong impression about friends when we do not know the full truth.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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