Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Flash Fiction. A sadistic serial killer toys with and tortures a young girl.
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About D Lee Warren

D Lee Warren is a pen name used by American author Brian "BD" Crowell. Under the Warren moniker, he writes horror, suspense, and supernatural fiction.

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About the Series: The Killers
If murder is your bag, this is the series for you. A cornucopia of serial killers, mass murderers, and everyday people driven to kill, these are the cornerstone of D Lee Warren's Stories that Disturb.

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Robert Zimmermann reviewed on on April 4, 2015

I was enjoying the writing. I thought it was heading in an interesting direction, but then it stopped. There's an implied ending, but it doesn't leave room for much story to happen. It's more a basic part of a story. At the end, the author includes a note that there'll be more stories involving the kidnapper named Gary. It seems that these future stories will be a possible continuation from this one. Whether that's a direct continuation or another point in Gary's "career" as a killer, I'm not sure. I'll probably check them out, because as I said, I was enjoying what I was reading. I just didn't feel this was complete, even for a flash fiction story. I think if there were an indication that this was part of a full story (meaning, if it were serial installment) before going it, my reaction to its abrupt ending might have been a bit more positive.
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Gabriel Pope reviewed on on March 31, 2015

Its not everyday you come across a guy like Gary but they're always there, lurking in the dark...waiting for their next prey.
Just as i finished this, i realized i had stopped breathing for the past few minutes, now every book can do that to me.
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The end left me hanging though....a bit more of 'how he made her smile' would have been nice.
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