A Monster Of All Time
by J.T. Hunter
on Tour July 1-31, 2019
The True Story of Danny Rolling, The Gainesville Ripper
Ambitious, attractive, and full of potential, five young college students prepared for the new semester. They dreamed of beginning careers and starting families. They had a lifetime of experiences in front of them. But death came without warning in the dark of the night.
Brutally ending five promising lives, leaving behind three gruesome crime scenes, the Gainesville Ripper terrorized the University of Florida, casting an ominous shadow across a frightened college town.
What evil lurked inside him?
What demons drove him to kill?
What made him A Monster of All Time?
Genre: True Crime
Published by: RJ Parker Publishing
Publication Date: September 4th 2018
Number of Pages: 304
ISBN: 1987902521 (ISBN13: 9781987902525)
Purchase Links: Amazon 🔗 | Goodreads 🔗
Book Formats: ePub, mobi, Print
Hosting Options: Review, Interview, Guest Post, Showcase
Giveaway: There will be a PICT Giveaway
More: According to the author A Monster Of All Time by J.T. Hunter does not include: Excessive Strong Language, or other trigger situations. It does contain what some may consider to be a high level of language, sexual content, high level of sexual tension & innuendo, more than one scene that could be described as graphic or explicit. Including: Graphic Violence, Explicit Sexual Scenes, and Rape. PICT staff have not read this book, however and cannot give additional information.
Read an excerpt:
The prisoner raged in his lonely cell.
“When they let me out of here,” the prisoner swore to himself, “I’ll make them all pay.”
Years of condemnation and contempt had taken its toll, breaking him down, eroding his spirit, destroying all sense of hope. Now only the anger remained.
Cast into the bowels of Parchman Prison, the notorious Mississippi State Penitentiary, the prisoner had suffered daily torments during his confinement, each day falling deeper and deeper into despair. Raw sewage regularly seeped into his cell through the floor and flowed from a broken drain down the hall, flooding the cramped 8 x 10 feet concrete space with a revolting grey-brown liquid and an unrelenting stench.
Kept in this torturous isolation, his besieged brain had betrayed him, replaying the grievous moments of his life, all of the humiliations and feelings of helplessness, every piercing word, and every raw, painful memory. It was a constant reminder that the world had always been a hurtful place of violence, animosity, and aversion, never one of empathy or understanding.
Desperate to escape the unrelenting torment, he retreated ever deeper into the labyrinth of his own mind, creeping ever closer to madness. It was in that maze of insanity that he found himself. Or rather, something found him.
In the bleak, all-encompassing darkness, something whispered his name.
Faceless and formless, the voice seemed to emanate both from the impenetrable blackness surrounding him and from the shadowy depths of his own consciousness. The voice soothed and seduced him, its language both alien and familiar. It promised the strength to survive whatever nightmares awaited the remainder of his confinement. It offered the tools of revenge for his present condition, for all of the wrongs committed against him in the past, and for the scorn and mistreatment yet to come. Most of all, it promised the power to make others feel the suffering he had so long endured.
Then a name imprinted itself into his brain, uttered from an unseen shape in the darkness, or muttered from the murky depths of memory.
“Gemini,” an eerie voice proclaimed. “I am Gemini.”
At that moment, an infernal compact was crafted, a devil’s contract offering redemption for the damned, a demonic covenant accepted regardless of the terms. Caring nothing for the consequences, the prisoner embraced the assurance of vengeance, pledging revenge for the countless injuries inflicted upon him. Just as a cold, uncaring world had robbed him of his humanity and stolen years of his life, he would take the lives of others in an equal and equitable proportion. A new sense of purpose washed over him, bringing with it a rebirth, a recognition of what he needed to do.
And now he waited, marking the days with hidden malice, the bitter darkness of his cell matched only by the malevolence of his twisted, tainted soul.
Excerpt from A Monster Of All Time by J.T. Hunter. Copyright 2018 by J.T. Hunter. Reproduced with permission from J.T. Hunter. All rights reserved.
J.T. Hunter is an attorney with over fourteen years of experience practicing law, including criminal law and appeals, and he has significant training in criminal investigation techniques. He is also a college professor in Florida where his teaching interests focus on the intersection of criminal psychology, law, and literature.
JT’s bestselling true crime books include:
Devil in The Darkness: True Story of Serial Killer ISRAEL KEYES
The Country Boy Killer: The True Story of Serial Killer Cody Legebokoff
In Colder Blood: True Story of the Walker Family Murder as depicted in Truman Capote’s, In Cold Blood
Deadly Deception: True Story of Tampa Serial Killer, Bobby Joe Long
Death Row Romeo: The True Story of Serial Killer Oscar Ray Bolin
The Vampire Next Door: True Story of the Vampire Rapist and Serial Killer
1. 07/01 Interview @ Books Chatter
2. 07/02 Guest post @ The Book Divas Reads
3. 07/03 Showcase @ mystery suspense reviews
4. 07/04 Review @ Archaeolibrarian – I Dig Good Books!
5. 07/05 Interview @ CMash Reads
6. 07/06 Showcase @ Stacking My Book Shelves!
7. 07/09 Guest post @ Books Direct
8. 07/10 Review @ Cheryls Book Nook
9. 07/10 Showcase @ Eclectic Moods
10. 07/10 Showcase @ The Reading Frenzy
11. 07/11 Showcase @ The Bookworm Lodge
12. 07/12 Review @ Books with Bircky
13. 07/14 Review @ Cy Wyss — Author and Artist
14. 07/15 Review @ The World As I See It
15. 07/16 Review @ Rockspringscrafts
16. 07/17 Review @ FUONLYKNEW
17. 07/18 Showcase @ Book Reviews & More by Kathy
18. 07/19 Review @ Jersey Girl Book Reviews
19. 07/20 Review @ Bound 4 Escape
20. 07/21 showcase @ Mystery Shelf
21. 07/22 Showcase @ Celticladys Reviews
22. 07/24 Review @ COVER TO COVER CAFE
23. 07/25 Review @ Erica Robyn Reads
24. 07/26 Guest post @ Nesies Place
25. 07/26 Review @ From the TBR Pile
26. 07/27 Review @ fundinmental
27. 07/27 Review @ JBronder Book Reviews
28. 07/28 Review @ Book Fidelity
29. 07/29 Review @ Lynchburg Mama
30. 07/30 Review @ Thats What Shes Reading
31. 07/31 Review/Showcase @ ROMANCE UNDER FIRE
32. 07/31 Showcase @ Teatime and Books
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