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"A terrifically original story... A high-octane thriller... Exciting and suspenseful, yet thoughtful and moving, I'd highly recommend this impressive work to anyone looking for a rock n' roll thrill ride with just that little bit more." -Krisi Keley, author of On the Soul of a Vampire and Pro Luce Habere

"Rarely have I seen such excellent writing and rock-steady theology presented in a suspense thriller. Every minute in this tightly woven tale was entertaining..."  -Ellen C. Maze, author of Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider, The Judging, and Damascus Road

About the Author

For twenty-five years, Teric Darken has been bleeding the ink from his heart onto paper.  His cutting-edge thrillers have become known for their innovative nature:  filled with darkness, despair, light and redemption. 

2012 ushered in the re-release of KILL FM 100 (Night Shift Edition) with ten additional chapters of thrills and chills - the original version earning a top-three-finalist position in the 2010 Grace Awards thriller genre.  His supernatural thriller, Wickflicker, created a stir with its unflinching storyline, also meriting a top-three-finalist position in the 2011 Grace Awards thriller genre.  Darken's latest thrill-ride, U-TURN KiLLuR (Death Row Edition), has been reissued with an extra chapter and revamped storyline. 

Teric Darken holds a Bachelor of Science degree in religious education. The author resides with his family in the United States and serves his city as a lieutenant on the fire department. More about the author may be found on Facebook, tericdarken.com, or at tericdarken.blogspot.com.

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  • File Size: 498 KB
  • Print Length: 201 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1617520993
  • Publisher: TreasureLine Publishing (February 27, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007EHCMR6
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For twenty-five years, Teric Darken has been bleeding the ink from his heart onto paper. His cutting-edge thrillers have become known for their innovative nature: filled with darkness, despair, light and redemption.

2012 ushered in the re-release of KILL FM 100 (Night Shift Edition) with ten additional chapters of thrills and chills - the original version earning a top-three-finalist position in the 2010 Grace Awards thriller genre. His supernatural thriller, Wickflicker, created a stir with its unflinching storyline, also meriting a top-three-finalist position in the 2011 Grace Awards thriller genre. Darken's latest thrill-ride, U-TURN KiLLuR (Death Row Edition), has been reissued with an extra chapter and revamped storyline.

Teric Darken holds a Bachelor of Science degree in religious education. More about the author may be found on Facebook, tericdarken.com, or at tericdarken.blogspot.com.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Werner A. Lind on July 17, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
While I don't normally read whole novels online --I'm a paper books person-- I happened to download this one to my Kindle app (long story!) during a recent giveaway, and sat down to seriously start reading it one day last week. I told myself I'd quit for supper at 6:00 p.m., but wound up delaying my meal for an hour and a half because I kept clicking the arrow for the next page! Basically, I read the entire book in two days, which is unusual for me, especially in a format I don't like. This is definitely a novel that defines the term "gripping."

While it's set in Phoenix, geographical setting doesn't play a strong role here; it could take place in any of the homogenized landscapes of modern urban America. A woman who calls herself Killer Queen has atracted a flurry of media attention with her claim to have recently executed three abusive males; but the cops haven't found any bodies. Carter Jackson, owner and graveyard shift DJ of music station KILL-FM 100 (the call letters suggest the station's slogan "music to die for"), in his remarks at the start of his shift, has been scornful of her claim. Darken plunges the reader right into the action when, before the first chapter is over, the Cart-Man feels a pistol's muzzle at the back of his head, and it proves to be held by Killer Queen.

There are a lot of positives here.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Krisi Keley on March 1, 2012
Format: Paperback
I was introduced to the unique voice and lyrical style of author Teric Darken with his fantastically original novella, KILL FM 100: Music to Die For, a couple years ago and so was honored to be a proofreader for this new, expanded, full-length novel edition. Below is my review for the novella, which has become only that much more exciting, with ten additional chapters and other new material that delves deeper into the characters' psyches to expose the demons that haunt them, while upping the thrills in the battle between darkness and light.

(Original review for the novella KILL FM 100: Music to Die For):

Disillusioned with hypocritical politicians and religious leaders who are far from practicing what they preach, D.J. Carter "the Cart-Man" Jackson lives for two things: listening to the still, small voice of God and uplifting the souls of his listeners through classic rock n' roll at his radio station K-I-L-L FM 100. Through these, he's made peace with his past, or at least thinks he has, until his graveyard shift at the station looks to become just a bit too literal one night. Because Killer Queen has stepped out of the music and into his D.J.'s booth, and the alleged murderess in red stilettos terrorizing his town seems to have chosen him as a victim who must pay the piper.

A terrifically original story, written in an almost poetical prose which could be the lyrics to this rock song of a tale, K-I-L-L FM 100 is, at the same time, a high-octane thriller and a quietly spiritual novella that shows how being open to the mysterious workings of God allows us to open our hearts and minds to both the human pain and the human beauty in others.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sheila Deeth VINE VOICE on March 2, 2012
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Cart-Man Carter Jackson spins music to die for on the night shift at KILL FM 100, but his plan is to live and let live, owning the airwaves, caring for employees, enjoying gentle banter with listeners and keeping the world and politics at bay. But a killer phones in and for all that he doesn't believe her, there just might be something real in the threat she presents.

The Killer Queen's threat builds powerfully in the first half of Teric Darken's novel, KILL FM 100. Memories, dreams and reality blur as fear takes hold, and a trapped man struggles to survive while a wise women fails to fall asleep. The writing is strong and clear. The musical references are beautifully done. And the tension mounts.

The novel's second part has a different tale to tell, with tables turned and victim offering the fruits of faith and a forgiveness he hasn't yet fully understood. Conversations are long and lessons generally wise though somewhat preacherly. Of course, sometimes preaching's what it takes.

Nicely avoiding the trap of "just believe and all will be well," the author revisits the tension of earlier scenes in the final third, as victor and victim revisit the wounds of the past. There's a nice touch of mystery drawn full circle here, no easy answers but sweet humor and genuine love. A well-written tale with a soundtrack all its own, this "edgy Christian" novel starts strong and ends well with plenty of meat in the middle.

Disclosure: I received a free ecopy of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review
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