The police can’t catch him. They have no leads.
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Man, I love to read. When I find a good book, I get absolutely sucked in and usually finish in one or two settings. "Friends List" almost made me late for work as I could not put it down, I was thrilled by the originality and happily horrified with each page. The story is set around a group of young adults being picked off one by one like flies, the killer using creepy social media to communicate before the kill. I was thoroughly entertained and as a Long Beach native, now scared stiff of certain places mentioned in the book 😄 I definitely recommend this thrilling horror novel, just maybe don't read it at night by yourself if you scare easily lol

-- Fenyx T.
Book Description:

My friends are being slaughtered one by one. Decapitated. Burned alive. Chopped to pieces. The hooded killer has vowed to keep murdering people I care about until they’re all dead, their profile pics on social media replaced with photos of their mutilated bodies. The police can’t catch him. They have no leads. The horror is making the visions come back—the fire that took my parents, leaving my twin Alex and me alive, but broken. The hooded killer won’t stop until I’m completely shattered. He’ll eat away at my mind, heart, and soul until there’s nothing left. No one left to love, no one left to trust, and nothing I can be sure is real. Dr. Cross thinks a trip back to the place my parents died will stop the visions. Alex is afraid it’s a trap. But I know the hooded killer won’t hurt me. That’s not his game. His game is much deeper. Much darker.

Rob Watson (Author)
Rob Watson was born in Santa Monica, California. He is married and is the father of three children. He is the owner of Damaged Psyche Productions. He is a horror/sci-fi fanatic and has been ever since early childhood. He has been imagining and writing stories for as far back as he can remember. Some of his idols are Rod Serling, Steven King, David Cronenberg, Edgar Allan Poe, Alfred Hitchcock, John Carpenter, Wes Craven, and Dan Curtis. Rob studied film and creative writing at Long Beach City College and California State University, Long Beach, after which he spent a few years working on movie production crews (as set PA, second assistant director, boom, etc.). Since then, he has written almost a dozen feature-length screenplays (mostly horror and/or sci-fi) as well as numerous short stories and scripts. He has two original screenplays currently in pre-production and has written several “work-for-hire” scripts.
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