In this exciting study of the psychology of guilt, a murderer
carefully conceals his crime and believes himself unassailable, but
eventually breaks down and reveals himself, impelled by a nagging
reminder of his guilt.
This book comes with fully synchronized audio recording.
The Black Cat
The book was very good and mad me creaped the hell out
He goes straight to the heart
I like an author who can get right to the meaty part of the story and doesn’t waste chapters of meaningless words. Excellent story writer, I wish I could’ve heard him tell the story himself.
Guilt and substance abuse
This story is one of a man who becomes a monster due to substance abuse. He essentially hits rock bottom and winds up relapsing over time and hits the lowest of lows showcased through short tempered violence. He winds up destroying everything he loves and is destroyed by the guilt festered by his addiction.