A Book for Every Body
A fledgling killer quickly becomes a pro. He soon drifts from place to place, leaving behind the comfort and control that he had possessed while living in small-town Georgia. To perform his “duty” henceforth, the drifter must overcome trepidation and social awkwardness brought about by meeting fresh faces in unfamiliar territory. He must also triumph over his innate paranoia and insecurity, a battle which colors his psyche.
The killer’s character develops slowly, while the character of each victim blossoms within each chapter. Hence, a book is written for every body. This structure in both outline and character development is what I consider new and provocative about this work. This outline also allows for publication of this manuscript in a series of short stories.