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Title: Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer
Author: Ryan Suvaal
Publish Date: January 14, 2019
Genre: Mystery Thriller
My Rating: 4/5
Dexter meets Grammar Nazi in this psychological thriller with a twist.
Seventeen gruesome killings were report across the US, within six months and there was one clear connection among victims. They were all writers.
While media was decorating the murders with sensationalist stories, and law enforcement was playing catch-up, the homicidal maniac remained elusive and secretive.
The situation took an interesting turn when one day she appeared on a dark-net talk show for an honest chat. Though her reason for being there was not a quest for fame but something far more disturbing.
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A short story about a serial killer. The fireside chat takes place on the darknet, on a show that interviews some of society’s worst people. The latest chat features an interview with a serial killer who targets authors. The killer has murdered seventeen authors for the atrocious and cavalier grammar mistakes in their books. The killer has been dubbed the Grammar Nazi Serial Killer, and believes she has valid reasons for committing the murders.
A clever and twisted short story. The killings are violent and gruesome. The reasons for the killings are hilarious. If you like dark humor and serial killer stories, then this one is for you.
I received a digital copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
10 thoughts on “Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal [Book Review]”
Wow! That’s different☺️ Glad you enjoyed, Darinda!
Wonderful review, Darinda! It’s good to hear that it was funny!
Fantastic review, I have a copy of this as well to review, no I am looking forward to it!💜
Thanks! Hope you like it!
Wowwww! What a different kind of shirt story! Dark humor isn’t easy to write! Glad you enjoyed this!
Thanks! It was dark and humorous, so he nailed it for this short story.
Ha! Now that’s funny.
It was funny. Dark humor can be tricky, but this one worked as a short story.