Now, narrator Paul Fleschner has helped bring Dan Dawkins to life in a way that is perfectly chilling.
A little over three years ago, I published Dan Dawkins's horrific tell-all memoir. The ebook version has been downloaded over 45,000 times by readers, and with nearly 100 reviews, has a 4-star average.
This story, Jackson Takes a Trip, is a novella that I originally included in my short story collection, The Teachers’ Lounge, which I published under the pseudonym Dan Dawkins. It was a tie-in collection of horror and suspense stories that accompanied my novel, Regret, also published as Dawkins. If you’re wondering why those two works were published under a pen name, please feel free to check out a blog post I wrote on the subject here: http://www.mrobertsonjr.com/blog-news/2012/1/31/why-i-published-as-dan-dawkins.html
That said, Jackson Takes a Trip can stand alone, and I wanted to give other readers, those who might not have followed the antics of Dan Dawkins, a chance to read it for themselves and meet Jackson Hugh. So, I liberated the novella from the confines of the collection and am now publishing it for your hopeful enjoyment.
Say hello to Jackson…
Jackson, a handsome, wealthy, womanizing murderer, knows he can no longer kill in his own city. He's gotten too lucky as it is, no sense continuing to pee in the same pool. Which is why he looks forward to his business trips oh so much. His rules are very simple, the simplest being: Arrive in town, kill girl, leave town the next day, no questions asked. It's worked marvelously so far. But when Mother Nature surprises Jackson with a freak blizzard, stranding him in the town of his newest victim, suddenly all the rules go out the window.