Book: The Tenth Caller by Michael Brontecategories: Book, Spooky, Serial Killer, Disc Jockey, Depraved, Suspense Thriller
Michael Bronteabout this book: In this book my objective was to keep the reader is suspense until the very end of the book. I thought the scenario was an intriguing one: a caller who calls into a radio program to win a chicken dinner, who is the tenth call, and turns out to be a killer. The intriguing part is that the caller calls repeatedly, and he's always the tenth call. How is that possible?
In this book, I tried to make the characters and the setting as spooky as possible.
The disc jockey is named Gulliver, and much of the story takes place from 2 to 5 a.m. which is when he's on the air. I go to great lengths to characterize his audience as a cult following. The caller is a depraved killer, and his killing spree goes back many years. The two detectives who investigate the killings are Julie Hernandez (Julie is a he, not a she) and Sam Olsen (Sam is a she, not a he) and it's their job to stop this serial killer who's found that calling in to Gulliver's radio broadcast is an interesting new way to get his jollies. The questions are: who is he, and how is he always the tenth call?
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