Review: Mile Marker by Terrill L. Davis
A Texas serial killer has a ritual of burying his victims in the woods near the highway mile markers. On his next night out to bury his prize, he didn't account for a state trooper to be on his trail. On his next night out, he has a bad night.
I really like books about serial killers and this was a short short read like 32 pages give or take. Pretty much you meet a normal guy not much is really known about him. You do not get much detail. He is our serial killer just a normal looking guy or at least you think he is. All you know is he is walking on the side of the road when a trooper passes him. After that he continues on his way, but he doesn't know what is up ahead. The only reason I am giving this book a solid 5 stars and a 4 is because of the scene in the car between our serial killer and someone else. It was just way to cool for me. I know sounds really silly but it was. If you are looking for a quick 30 minute read if that then I say give this book a try.
Terrill L. Davis Sr. was born November 23, 1972 in Youngstown Ohio. Being an Army Brat, he has been raised practically worldwide from El Paso, Texas, to Bamberg Germany, to Lessville Louisiana.
After high school, he enlisted in the United States Navy for four years. During his naval career he served in the Persian Gulf, Sailed the Adriatic Sea, The Caribbean Sea, and the Mediterranean twice.
While in the Navy, he married his high school sweetheart on October 14th 1993.
At the end of his enlistment, he moved to Oak hill, West Virginia where he began to practice writing and worked as a secretary for the Fayette County Head Start. After six year, he and his family moved to Beaumont, Texas where he currently resides with his wife, three sons, and a daughter. His educational merits consist of an associate's degree in management from Lamar Institute of Technology in Beaumont, Texas. He has had classes in journalism and media writing. He currently provides content for a blog/magazine titled The Daily Brew at www.dailybrewconnection.com. You can also get updates on new releases and read free content on his site at www.terrilldavis.com. At his site you can read his short story crime thriller titled “ID.” He is also diligently working on an upcoming zombie apocalyptic novel titled “The Dead and the Dying: Knight of the Dead” and a Sci-Fi serial for his website title “Galileo.”