Summer's Venomous Kiss by Tim Murr
It was the first day of summer and the sun beat down like Hell, but the heat wasn't the only Hell coming as night fell.
Maupins City had been kept alive by the nearby Army base and various criminal activities once the furniture factories had closed down. At one time, a jewel of the south, the city had devolved into an isolated, hub for drug and human trafficking. It was so rotten, residents claimed it was cursed. And that was all before a serial killer showed up and started slaughtering families in their sleep...
Tim Murr, the author of The Gray Man, Motel on Fire, Neon Sabbath, My Skull is Full of Black Smoke, Thirsty and Miserable: A Critical Analysis of the Music of Black Flag, and Texas is the Reason: Five Decades of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, returns to crime fiction, dragging a coffin full of horror behind! Summer's Venomous Kiss is a blood soaked, Southern gothic descent into the darkness of the human heart, that Mark Zirbel (Cyberpunk Zombie Jihad) called ",,,a big, bold book...scary as hell."