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  • Writer's pictureJohn Watson

Review - The Unicorn Killer by Candace Nola

Synopsis -

Frank Franklin has one goal in life, to be the world's most memorable serial killer. But he’s grown bored with his routine and craves something fresh and inspiring.

He longs for something that will cement his place in the history books.

A late-night infomercial might be the answer to his prayers, in a most unexpected way.

Review -

They say that death and taxes are the only guarantees in life, but I would suggest that being highly entertained by a Candace Nola book should be added to that list of guarantees.

The Unicorn Killer is a short read, coming in at just under 50 pages, that you can consume in a single sitting. By the time you are done, you will almost certainly be wishing it was longer.

Maybe it's just me, but I found myself rooting for Frank Franklin, the titular character in this one, even though he is a depraved serial killer with a penchant for Fanta and show tunes.

This may be a short book, but the kill count is high and the fun is at full volume. You can grab your copy HERE.

5 stars out of 5

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