Author S.J. Dunn’s Novel Angry Enough to Kill Bears Discomforting Resemblance To Reality

Debut novel's premise hits close for victims and their families.
By: S.J. Dunn
Angry Enough To Kill by SJ Dunn
Angry Enough To Kill by SJ Dunn
NEW YORK - April 21, 2015 - PRLog -- Editor, lawyer and former prosecutor S.J. Dunn’s suspense novel Angry Enough to Kill incites an uneasy comparison to actual news events.

         Three women, all survivors of child sexual abuse, are enjoying a girls’ getaway weekend when the talk turns to speculation. How would one go about tracking, punishing, and killing a predator? Casual talk over wine becomes a mission with ethical as well as strategic challenges.

         Does vigilantism offer a solution and if not, what does? Repulsive yet familiar reports need no further description than the names in the headlines. ArkansasState Representative Justin Harris. Football coach and convicted serial child molester Jerry Sandusky. The Catholic Church child sex abuse scandal.  Vigilante justice is a topic discussed or at least pondered when such stories are broadcast.

         Publisher’s Weekly calls Angry Enough to Kill “A brave new novel with sympathetic characters that goes far beyond shallow revenge fantasy.” Dunn makes you consider more than one aspect of the problem.

         Angry Enough to Kill, published by Shelfstealers, is available on Amazon ( or from Dunn’s website ( ISBN: 978-1-61972004-6

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