The 22 Murders Of Madison May: A gripping speculative psychological suspense
From the critically acclaimed author of Jennifer Government and Lexicon comes mind-bending speculative psychological suspense about a serial killer pursuing his victim across time and space, and the woman who is determined to stop him, even if it upends her own reality.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rivkat - LibraryThing
An intrepid reporter stumbles on a serial killer who is pursuing a particular woman across multiple timelines, and gets unwittingly dragged along with the people who are half-heartedly trying to stop him. Felt very 1990s (turns out I’m not much into serial killers any more, even in fsf). Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Twink - LibraryThing
Max Barry opens up his latest book, The 22 Murders of Madison May, with a prologue that gave me the shivers. A lone real estate agent named Madison May and a prospective buyer at a showing....Felicity ... Read full review