Asian, enjoys torture…
Russian, enjoys abduction…
Obsession, sexual slavery…
Bent woman, Kim Bennett…
Into the Basement is Norm Applegate’s first book. It’s a graphic thriller about two serial killers who steal women and torture them in the basement.
You’ll never walk alone at night in the dark! Ever!
Into the Basement is approximately 69,000 words
In San Francisco, women are disappearing. Three detectives pull Kim Bennett into the game. The hunt for a killer. She goes missing!
This is a raw dark story of sadistic people that pits Kim's physical and mental agility against one of the fastest rising crimes in America, sexual slavery.
This is an adult story that has been described as "juicy."
Update, Into the Basement was written in 2006. The publisher did a horrendous job. I was disappointed with the release. How could they assign this book to a religious editor? She refused to continue with the novel because of the nature of the story, sexual abduction and abuse. In January of 2010, I got Basement back. It has been re-edited and spruced up. Even to this day some people like enough to give it a 4 or 5 star, others hate it. Enjoy!
Someone was hunting a female. Mean, hardened eyes. She left work on time, routine. Susie Smallwood was the target.
Then something hit her teeth. Then again.
She was helpless. Bound with gray duct tape across her mouth.
The ebook also contains bonus material: Chapter 1 of Shockwave: which is approximately 79,000 words long, and is specifically formatted for Kindle.
Thriller writer Norm Applegate, author of Into the Basement, introduces us to a new character, Jack Dwyer.
Loner Jack Dwyer.
Pretty woman Kelly Paul.
Homegrown terrorists use pipe bombs to kill.
The cause? They want America back.
Violence breeds violence.
Never underestimate a loner!
Shockwave by Norm Applegate
Pipe Bomb. Hostage. Terror.
Books by Norm Applegate:
First to Die
Into the Spell
Jumpers (short story)