✓ Slaughterhouse || ✓ PDF Download by ↠ Carla H. Krueger
Three women turn one man s life into a deadly game.Easy going Kris Kartofski just wants to be a good father to his little boy, Jake His marriage to Caitlin broke down last year and he lost some of his trust in women, but he s prepared to give love another chance He decides to take a risk on a new girl he met online by the name of Janis She seems sweet enough and he s eaThree women turn one man s life into a deadly game.Easy going Kris Kartofski just wants to be a good father to his little boy, Jake His marriage to Caitlin broke down last year and he lost some of his trust in women, but he s prepared to give love another chance He decides to take a risk on a new girl he met online by the name of Janis She seems sweet enough and he s eager to hook up So one afternoon he drives out to her family s isolated ranch and Janis brawny aunt, Dawn, greets him at the porch Wide eyed Dawn is bright and bubbly and quick to show off her late grandfather s prized collection of firearms Kris receives a warm welcome and plenty to eat, but he soon gets a gut feeling he hadn t bargained for a quiet voice inside his head is telling him to get out.Kris quickly convinces himself he s got Janis family wrong and that he should try harder to get along He redoubles his efforts, but as time edges on, he accepts that the dynamic between these three women is deeply flawed Janis is acting like a child in their presence and chatty Dawn appears to have complete control over the silent member of the household, Janis morose stepmother, Reina When Kris can t find the keys to his truck and Janis goes missing, he s forced to confront his worst fears he s alone in the middle of the Texan wilderness and someone has played the first move in a very dark game.Warning Contains violence Do not approach this story if you are of a weak disposition.
Carla H. Krueger
Carla H Krueger is ten percent angel, ninety percent rebel Drawing from life experiences that range from the rare to the remarkable, she creates irresistibly twisted, insightful fiction featuring characters that are sublimely mysterious, outrageously funny and downright dark and manipulative Regardless of subject, she injects empathy, courage and humour into every piece of writing and enjoys making unlikely heroes out of flawed underdogs One thing s for certain, there s always somebody worth rooting for An only child, Carla s guitarist father chose to disappear out of her life when she was very young All she suspects she got from him was her lifelong passion for rock music and a raging desire for independence She loved being out on the streets, but learned early that risk taking has its advantages and its dangers One night, on a local patch of disused land, she met her first cage fighter, the lawless older brother of a local girl who fought illegally in other people s basements for money He would later inspire one of her most memorable characters Had some crazy times as a kid Used to sneak out every night and follow the feral crowd We roamed the streets, carved our names in the bark of trees Most of it was harmless fun, but it felt risky, exiting I rode my bike like a boy, got into all sorts of traps and trouble You had to keep your wits about you Somehow, I instinctively knew how to escape dangerous situations, but I didn t care what I saw only that I saw it In her teens, Carla got a taste for the alternative, devouring the best in daring art, underground music and offbeat literature Her friends remained rebellious, but instead of playing games on the streets, they listened to bands in their bedrooms and later started meeting to discuss their passions in the cafes, bars and clubs of the subculture scene But little did she know, life was about to change dramatically A promising scientist, but with no real concept of her true abilities, she was shocked to receive a scholarship to university She upped sticks and moved to London to study an unusual subspecies of physics Grasping the chance to explore the city for five years, she fed her creative appetite, saw her first Banksy, stumbled headlong into warehouse raves and ran a chaotic student bar with a now infamous reputation Science is still my second love I left uni and landed a good job, but something was missing Writing fiction had to happen I suppressed it long enough, believing that stuff people say about it not being a proper career But a lot of people talk shit They talk shit because they have fear in their guts Writing is deeply satisfying and rewarding I love being able to create something unique and from the heart It can be done with science I know mathematicians who are like number poets but I just wasn t good enough to fly that kite To get anywhere close to those heights, I need to make fiction.
✓ Slaughterhouse || ✓ PDF Download by ↠ Carla H. Krueger 493 Carla H. Krueger
Title: ✓ Slaughterhouse || ✓ PDF Download by ↠ Carla H. Krueger