A rant about books, horror, and the weird. I sometimes take on my love/hate relationship with goodreads and Amazon.
Thomas Tessier does the slippery slope novel better than anyone else. We get to watch Jeff come off the rails from the inside-out. We are never exactly sure when Jeff tips over, but it must have happened somewhere before he accidentally kills his high school friend's husband while out jogging. Tessier is so good at capturing the feeling of madness creeping into someone's mind.