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Each Man Kills by Victoria Glad is a gripping psychological thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish. The story revolves around the lives of three main characters who are all connected in unexpected ways.

The author’s writing style is captivating, as she effortlessly weaves together different plot threads, showcasing her ability to create intricate narratives. The pacing of the book is excellent, with a perfect balance between intense action scenes and slower, more introspective moments. The tension builds gradually, allowing readers to become fully engrossed in the story.

What sets Each Man Kills apart from other thrillers is its rich character development. Glad has expertly crafted complex, multi-dimensional characters, each with their own flaws and secrets. As the story progresses, readers can’t help but become emotionally invested in the characters' lives, making their destinies all the more intriguing.

The book tackles several thought-provoking themes, such as morality, identity, and the consequences of one's actions. Glad delves deep into the psychology of her characters, exploring their motivations and fears. This adds layers of depth to the narrative, making it more than just a simple whodunit.

The twist at the end of Each Man Kills is truly mind-blowing. Just when readers think they have everything figured out, Glad delivers a surprising revelation that will leave them reeling. It is a testament to the author's skill that she can keep readers guessing until the very last page.

While the book does contain some violent scenes, they are essential to the story and never gratuitous. Glad handles these moments with sensitivity, focusing more on the psychological impact rather than the gore.

Overall, Each Man Kills is a suspenseful, character-driven thriller that will captivate fans of the genre. Victoria Glad’s writing is polished and engaging, and her ability to create compelling characters is commendable. This book is a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling ride filled with surprises and psychological depth.

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Each Man Kills


[Transcriber Note: This etext was produced from Weird Tales March 1951. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.]

" ... to live you must feed on the living "

Heading by Vincent Napoli


Now that it's all over, it seems like a bad dream. But when I look at Maria's picture on my desk, I realize it couldn't have been a dream. Actually, it was only six months ago that I sat at this same desk, looking at her picture, wondering what could have happened to her. It had been six weeks since there had been any word from her, and she had promised to write as soon as she arrived in Europe. Considering that my future rested in her small hands, I had every right to be apprehensive.

We had grown up together, had lost our folks within a few years of each other and had been fond of each other the way kids are apt to be. Then the change came: It seemed I loved her, and she was still just "fond" of me. During our early college days I sort of let things ride, but once we went on to graduate school, I began to crowd her.

The next thing I knew, she had signed up with a student tour destined for Central Europe, and told me she would give me my answer when she returned. I had to be content with that, but couldn't help worrying... Continue reading book >>

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