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Obsessed to Kill


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By J.M. Eliott. Psychological thriller. “Follow the blood trails left behind by this illusive, inventive, and psychopathic killer.” 

6×9. Soft cover, color. 228 pgs. ISBN:  978-1-7336234-1-4
BISAC: FIC031080 FICTION / Thrillers / Psychological
FIC031010 FICTION / Thrillers / Crime

100 in stock


Obsessed to Kill, by J.M. Elliott.  Reviews

–“Elliott has you visualizing the murders and other events taking place in accurately described real geographical locations from Arizona to Oregon. You get to know the characters in the book and feel their guilt, denial, pain, hatred, love, compassion, and fear. You will meet Sheriff Duane Johnson and Investigator Jesse Barrett as they follow the blood trails left behind by this illusive and psychopathic killer. This book is so engrossing you won’t lay it down until you finish.”
~ Glen Hinshaw, retired law enforcement officer and author

–“Joan Elliot’s latest psychological thriller takes the reader into the life of an obsessed murderess, whose chameleon skills enable her to move from Arizona to Utah to Oregon and back to Arizona, leaving a trail of dead bodies in her wake. Her victims include her family, and anybody who tries to interfere with her plans. Elliot’s attention to detail makes her characters come to life – until they are murdered.”
~ Carol McDermott, author and freelance reporter

— “A thrilling murder mystery!  The plot is exciting, the murderess is very clever, and the reader, seeing what’s coming, fears for the lives of the victims of this mentally ill psychopath. Her murders are shocking!  Her madness drives her obsession to kill. How long will she outsmart the cops? Even till the last page, the rest of the story and final outcome are unpredictable. Well done, Joan Elliot!” 
~ Carol Bucy, author