Brighton releases "I Belong on a Warning Label" in print format

"This searing novel of murder and mayhem will keep you reading late into the night ...if you dare."
MESA, Ariz. - Aug. 3, 2021 - PRLog -- Brighton Publishing proudly announces the print release of "I Belong on a Warning Label" from novelist Benjamin Kalb. The eBook and print formats are now available nationwide from book retailers  The print edition is distributed through Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to worldwide availability through the Espresso book machine network.
Synopsis: Briana Barrington is a 26-year-old serial killer, who ironically doesn't believe in violence. No guns, no knives, no sawblades. She kills her victims in some of the most creative ways imaginable.
"When I kill someone I need to feel I've out-smarted my opponent, the use of my brain to trap someone into a final submission."
Bri was never abused when growing up nor did she ever have an alcohol or drug problem. "I had a nice childhood, good grades in college. I don't think the world is out to get me. I don't hate men. I don't hate anybody really."
"When I have a guy down and out, I just enjoy the moment. It puts a big smile on my face. I feel a sense of power. But I also feel a sense of benevolence. I am giving him one last great night to go out on. He is going out as a man with bells ringing, the crowd cheering and his friends in envy. Yeah, I know, you still think I'm a sicko."
Bri's life as a promotional model is interesting. Throughout the book she will take you on a journey of her travels: Crashing a party in Los Angeles; a club in Las Vegas with telephones at every booth; Comic Con in San Diego; A bar you reach by going through a barber shop with girls standing behind barber's chairs wearing t-shirts that say, "I Can Cut You."; A Tinder fight date; a club where you check your shoes at the door and  must bow under a four-foot  iron gate before entering; Ikea's elusive Section 9; an everlasting meeting with the iconic University of Oregon Duck mascot. And more surprises.
With the FBI on her tail, the story evolves into men she meets and murders as well as men she meets and lets live until the moment comes when she risks getting caught by donating a kidney to her best friend.
Benjamin Kalb had a background as a sports journalist before heading to television magazine shows as a producer and then off to the world of TV commercials and infomercials as a producer/director/writer.  "I Belong on a Warning Label" is his first novel. Benjamin graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon.

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