Recent release “A Killing Mind” from Page Publishing author Doug Williams is a rollercoaster ride into the hidden thoughts of a killer, a delightfully dark and wicked word craft of human horror.

(PRWEB) June 21, 2016

Doug Williams, a successful entrepreneur with a degree in Psychology, has completed his new book “A Killing Mind”: a gripping and unforgettable tale of psychological terror that features a psychotic and horrifying mind disguised as the mild mannered man next door.

Doug believes that hard work and perseverance has led him to a successful life where he immensely enjoys writing. He says, “My background and studies in psychology led me to an interest in crime and serial killers. My background in life led me to believe in opportunity.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Doug Williams’s shocking tale focuses on Ray. Ray is your slightly above average guy. He owns his own small company and works hard. He’s married to a beautiful girl who loves him, and they live together rather quietly in a nice house in a nice middle class community.

The only difference between Ray and some other guy is Ray has special needs, the kind of needs that one does not discuss in polite company, or any other kind of company. No one should ever know of what Ray needs or does, but the reader will.

Ray’s mind is a festering pool of horror and repugnance, and after reading “A Killing Mind”, the hard part will be getting his thoughts out of your head.

Readers who wish to experience this heart stopping work can purchase “A Killing Mind” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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