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Kimberley Paul

normalcy

Kim Cooney gives the reader of this book a very graphic and disturbing look inside the mind of a serial killer. Not your typical 30 something lonely guy next door killer, but a very unfortunate young lady named Christine. Told from Christine's point of view, the readers get a glimpse of how a deranged person processes thoughts that might be unimaginable to “normal” people, but these thoughts are very normal to her. Readers will also get a chance to understand how Christine came to be the monster she is by learning about her entire life, from her very unconventional upbringing and disturbing actions as a child, to her transformation into adulthood and the present day.
WARNING: This book is very graphic in detail and should not be read by the squeamish or faint of heart, but if you have a little bit of a fascination for the “dark side” of life then I invite you take a look inside and go on a journey that you might not soon forget. It is not recommended for anyone under the age of 18 to read this book.
40 printed pages
Original publication
2012

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