Book: Jill by C. W. Schultzcategories: Book, Family Dysfunction, Female Serial Killer, Horror, Humiliation, Mystery, Romance, Suspense, Symbolism, Thriller, Crime Drama
C. W. Schultzabout this book: By day, Rachel Rhodes is a hard working casino manager and loving mother; by night, she is a ruthless serial killer preying on men she believes objectify women. "JILL" is about the many familiar faces and the many strangers that orbit Rachel's life after becoming a serial killer, with the pressure of justice getting closer and closer to her each time she murders.
C. W. Schultz's third novel is a character-study on the different ideas of what justice is, and the unthinkable acts certain people will commit to ensure they get their vengeance.
"JILL" is a novel that will appeal to many readers as long as they have an open-mind and a strong stomach. The book is layered with symbolism and motifs to appease the more philosophical reader; while also containing intense twist after twist after twist, perfect for the reader who is seeking something entertaining and intense.
Of all the published and unpublished stories (including screenplays) that Schultz has written, he has said that Perry Charleton (one of the detectives in "JILL") is by far his most favorite character of his own creation.
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