“It wasn’t like I was travelling up and down the highway luring people into my car like some kind of weirdo.”

Former anatomy student, Tracey Campbell, has spent ten years in prison for the murder of several of her classmates. With her career as a doctor in tatters she turns her attention to becoming an author instead.

Washed up writer, Joanna Kipling, takes an interest in Tracey’s story and publishes it in her own name.

Now, Tracey is on a new murderous mission of revenge. Just how much damage can she do from behind bars?

A witty, black comedy from the author of ‘Red Snow’ and ‘Maestro’

“You laugh even though you shouldn’t.”

“Witty, gory and completely captivating.” “Best thriller I’ve read this year.”

Click HERE to hear those rather silly confessions.


Written by Vivika Widow

Author, blogger and founder of the Ragdolls UK foundation who support children and young adults suffering from genetic disorders. Visit www.vivikawidow.com for more info

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