Horror and suspense novel from Paul Dale Anderson
Synopsis of SPILLED MILK
Title: Spilled Milk
Author: Paul Dale Anderson
Type of work: novel
Genre: horror; slasher novel/police procedural
Length: approximately 79,000 words
Themes: Revenge, love, hate, newspaper history, police procedures
Yesterday Twin Rivers was the safest of all Chicago suburbs. Today it is the most dangerous. Four years ago Megan Williams was raped. Today she is a serial killer who castrates her victims before letting them bleed out.
Police still haven’t found the four men who raped and mutilated Megan’s body with hunting knives, and they aren’t even looking anymore. There are too many other rapes and murders to investigate. Only Megan’s sister, Susan, and 70 year-old investigative reporter Rodney Engleworth appear concerned the rapists are still raping and are now killing their victims. When Rod falls victim to Megan’s pinking shears, Gazette publisher Tim Goodman joins forces with police public information officer Elsie Dorr to track down Megan and the rapists before Susan falls victim to the rapists and Megan can kill again.