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  • Title: Wireman
  • Author: Billie Sue Mosiman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The killer in the night He waited in the shadows, a dark and deadly presence He was no novice at this terrible trade he had struck before and he would strike again And with each new killing he became less humand vicious He stood patiently, a wire garrote in his strong hands, ready to claim yet another victim Soon he would have one to add to his growingThe killer in the night He waited in the shadows, a dark and deadly presence He was no novice at this terrible trade he had struck before and he would strike again And with each new killing he became less humand vicious He stood patiently, a wire garrote in his strong hands, ready to claim yet another victim Soon he would have one to add to his growing list unless they could stop him But how could they when they didn t know who he was What he was To a terrified city he was known only as the Wireman Set in the 1970s, two brothers return from the Vietnam war with blood on their hands Learning to kill the enemy wasn t something that would go away when they returned home to Houston, Texas Could one of them be the serial killer, Wireman Could the other stop him Loosely based on true crimes which occurred in Houston, Texas in 1978 80 A suspense thriller by Edgar Nominated author, Billie Sue Mosiman.
    Wireman The killer in the night He waited in the shadows a dark and deadly presence He was no novice at this terrible trade he had struck before and he would strike again And with each new killing he became

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    1. Most Chilling Tale Ever Read I m a fan of the genre, so I could be biased here, yet I must admit being surprised by such a masterpiece I knew Billie Sue Mosiman as en excellent author of supernatural stories, but I didn t know the true dark side of her.As a Sladist a fan of Michael Slade s thrillers, that is , I m into this kind of literature by the 80s I m an avid reader of Val McDermid, Thomas Harris, and lately, Jeff Lindsay Nonetheless, Wireman reminded me the early Robert Bloch, with its el [...]

    2. I love crime noir, and Billie Sue Mosiman is a recent discovery.Wireman takes us into the mind of a very evil man We start with scenes from his abusive childhood and track his budding sociopathic behavior Then, we follow him to Vietnam In Vietnam, this man commits a gruesome murder with a garrote He comes back home to Houston, Texas, and a gruesome string of murders starts up.One of the victims is the son of Houston rookie cop, Jack DeShane Jack becomes obsessed with finding his son s murderer W [...]

    3. Wireman is a straightforward story with simple plotting and minimal characterization What distracts the reader is the pervasiveness of punctuation, spelling and grammar errors something that thorough proofreading would have eliminated The book touches fleetingly on several characters, but leaves the reader frustrated at lack of depth The ending is contrived, as the author has not laid any basis for it within the work.Billie Mosiman has tremendous potential as a writer, and some passages in Wirem [...]

    4. OMG I have talked about this book since I was sitting at the bus stop reading one of the passages out to my horrified friend and an old lady overheard and was aghast at me I would have been 13 in 1998 I loved this book This is actually the first place i ve found it since cool Remember it being very graphic, and gripping.

    5. I really enjoyed this book, than I thought I might Stories of post traumatic stress in war veterans aren t something I m usually drawn to, but this one was so beautifully pulled together, with such clever characterisation and plot, and plenty of suspense and surprise, that I was utterly drawn into it, not to mention terrified An excellent read.

    6. Wireman is a book about a serial killer like no other How are the police supposed to understand the mind of a serial killer that has no pattern This book reaches into the darkness and plays on quite a few fears that each of us have, the main one being, are we ever safe.This book will have your emotions going in so many different directions that it just adds to the suspense and over all fear that you are left with till the very end This is a must read book for any horror reader or anyone who love [...]

    7. This book perhaps ranks in my top three, maybe five, of the author s novels She s better than most authors I ve read, even famous ones If you re looking for an author to follow, step into her world and you won t be disappointed I ve yet to read anything bad from her, and always anxious when she releases a new one I wish I could give it ten stars.

    8. The beginning was so gruesome, I almost quit then, particularly with all the writing errors It was like word correct was totally in control I can t stand sloppy writing I did want to see if my suspicion was correct it was , so I did manage to finish I don t believe I will read any by this author.

    9. Was a bit slow to start with but once it got going it was a bit hard to put down The ending was predictable though Would definitely recommend it.

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