Paint Me As I Am

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Twenty First Century Publishers Ltd, 2004 - Fiction - 216 pages
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As good as Gore
If you're like me, you tend to stick to well known authors when making your book selections, hesitant to spend your hard earned cash on some unknown writer. You want to be certain you
're getting your money's worth when making such an investment. (Time is money) I took a chance last November and purchased The Gore Experiment, a debut novel by H. Jay Scheuermann. Unexpectedly, I found the story to be just as imaginative, entertaining, and worthy of praise as the books I've purchased by Rice, Sanford, Koontz and King. To say the least, I was pleasantly pleased with my purchase. When I discovered that PAINT ME AS I AM was just released, H Jay's second novel, I held no reservation in making the purchase. Once again I found myself completely amazed by the talant reflected in his story. It's not often that a book of fiction changes the way you look at the world, changes your conception on life and the people around you. Expect to feel compassion and pity for a vicious killer named Jerrod Young, the protaganist of the story. It's also a certainty that you will develop an intimate relationship with several other characters in this tale, such as Jackie Jonas, the FBI special agent assigned to the case, her veteran partner, Richard Purcell, and Holly Westcott, Jerrod's only connection to reality, an advesary from a distant, torturous past. Take my advice and allow yourself to experience the unique and unforgetable writings of this up and coming master story teller.
S. D. Wells

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