Published by Red Adept Publishing, LLC on July 10th 2013
Genres: Fiction, Horror
I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange honest review consideration. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
A mother’s love is undying… and so is Dane.After the state of
Arkansas executes serial killer Dane Peters, the Rest Stop Dentist, his
mother discovers that life is darker and more dangerous than she ever
expected.The driving force behind his ghostly return lies buried
in his family’s dark past. As Ella desperately seeks a way to lay her
son’s troubled soul to rest, she comes face to face with her own
failings.If Ella cannot learn why her son has returned and what
he seeks, then the reach of his power will destroy the innocent, and not
even his mother will be able to stop him.
I picked up this book completely on a whim, largely because I love serial killer stories.
While Life After Dane will never show up on a list of modern classics, it’s fun, fast paced, and entertaining enough to keep the reader engaged to the very end. I would definitely recommend picking this one up if you have a day at the beach or a long flight.