“He liked to have fun. He knew the drugs could sedate but not flush out what they didn’t know was there. It was a futile effort. They could call it dissociative disorder. They could call it bipolar disorder, or even schizophrenia if they wanted. They could call it anything they liked. He just called it Garrison.”
Garrison is a predator.
Garrison hunts his prey methodically, hiding his true nature beneath the most respectable of disguises. Garrison’s victims never suspect him until it’s already too late and when he strikes, he strikes quickly and viciously.
This psychological tour de force is noir at it’s very blackest. Ariana D. Den Bleyker takes her readers on a journey into the terrifying psychology of a twisted violent mind.
Red Hands is both the story of a man obsessed with the thrill of the kill and a warning that the most dangerous psychopaths live among us, hiding in plain sight.