Mary King
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 456

It is quite no surprise to Emelisa that she could kill someone in her family. As afternoon just starts, she realizes her enthusiasm for murder to be true of her whole life. So easy, in fact, she pushes her husband into a speeding car. As she buzzes in the thrill of this act, she analyses her life, trying to find where it all went wrong for her. And what's most interesting to her isn't the fact that she didn't go to school because his father doesn't train girls or because her husband is unfaithful in her bad marriage. It's her firm ability to say publicly that she has a passion for killing.
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