Looking for mystery and suspense?
Here is a review by Humanities Specialist from the Dallas Library that ought to stimulate your interest in the book titled, The Outsider by Stephen King.
Terry Maitland is a respectable member of his community. He coaches little league, teaches English, and is an all-around family man. But when the desecrated body of an 11-year-old boy is found, all evidence points to Terry as the murderer.
Terri has an air-tight alibi though, and it places him far from the scene of the crime. Or does it? Each turn of the page will have you questioning Terry’s innocence.
King knocks it out of the park with this one.
From the get-go, you’ll be drawn in and taken for a wild ride. Each discovery in Terry’s case will hold your mind hostage and remind you what makes King the king of horror and suspense.
Jenny Renn, Readers Bureau, Contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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