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Book Review
By Thomas Emmon Pisano
US Correspondent
"ONLY THE FIRST TIME YOU KILL." by Thomas Emmon Pisano

Thomas Emmon Pisano, the noted fiction mystery writer has done it again. He has teamed up with Mobipocket, E-Books and has begun publishing his novels on line through their service. His first novel being sold through the famous electronic book distributor is; ONLY THE FIRST TIME YOU KILL.

This is the story of a socially and physically abused teenager who decides that she is not going to take her knocks lying down; she fights back, but silently and stealthily she takes on all her foes. She analyses the situation, discovers who her enemies really are, and systematically plans her revenge on all those who are involved in her misery.

Millie Powers is a normal young woman in her late teens, she is captain of her high school cheer squad and after being raped and beaten, left for dead, and spending a considerable amount of time in the hospital, she decides that life is too short to let those who hurt her go unpunished.

This is a complicated and seemingly impossible story and after one surprise after another, you discover that Millie Powers is on the edge of being and insane killer and that if she doesn't stop now she may never stop. Framed in Middle America and set as a slice of life in the mid-west, Thomas pulls together the elements of this imaginary town with its various colorful characters to create unforgettable imagery. He paints a picture in you mind which leads you to think that this town is as nice and as tranquil as can be, but underneath its passive exterior are people who have perverted desires and lusts.

Spend a little time with this novella and discover just how good a reading experience can possibly be, spend a little time with Millie Powers, and find out what it is like to be a young girl who is loosing her mind to hate. Simply put; ‘Millie has truly become deaths apprentice while she is discovering that you are afraid only the first time you kill.'

Thomas Emmon Pisano is the author of such books as, NO MURDER TOO SMALL, the suspense mystery; BIG CRIMES, SMALL MIRACLES, the novella; THE GIANT RAT OF SUMATRA, and a collection of poetry titled: RISING BLOOD RED MOON. All of these works can be found online or through major booksellers worldwide.

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Mr. Thomas Emmon Pisano, an electronics-engineer-turned professional writer, serves as US correspondent for The Seoul Times. A New Jersey native he has lived in California. He has started his writing career in 2003 and has authored four books including “No Murder Too Small” and Big Crimes Small Miracles.”






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