Sarah Killian: The Mullets of Madness by Mark Sheldon
Have you ever woken one morning with a burning, insatiable desire to go out and kill someone?
Sarah Killian, a notoriously foul-mouthed and mean-spirited serial killer for hire, along with her cohort assassin Mary Sue Keller, are back on assignment for the Trusted Hierarchy of Everyday Murderers (T.H.E.M.).
After receiving an ominous warning from a mark-gone-wrong, it becomes clear that Nick Jin—Sarah’s former nemesis—is still at large and singling her out.
Sarah and Mary Sue are dispatched to Tennessee to discreetly kill off an accused family of KKK organizers, but their true mission is to lure Nick Jin into a trap. But will Nick—always several steps ahead of T.H.E.M.—see their bait for what it is? One thing is guaranteed: blood will be shed.
In the spirit of Sidney Sheldon, Dean Koontz, and Joss Whedon, The Mullets of Madness is a truly unique blend of horror, suspense and espionage.
This thriller is proudly represented by Crystal Lake Publishing—Tales from the Darkest Depths.
Interview with the author:
What makes this suspense thriller so special?
It is the only example I'm aware of that blends the genres of horror-thriller and spy/espionage-thriller.
Tell us more about Sarah Killian.
Sarah Killian is a no-nonsense bad-ass—sharing ranks with Buffy Summers and Sydney Bristow. Sure she's a violent sociopath, but that's just part of her charm.
Why should readers give this series a try?
Sarah Killian offers snark, blood-n-gore, spy gadgets, sex, and intrigue (not necessarily in that order!).