Annie’s new job is murder…
When Annie Watkins takes a job at a local New Orleans TV station, she begins to think she’s cursed when her preemptive obituaries (“standbys”) seem to be killing off famous people left and right.
With time running out, Annie scrambles to discover what’s really happening to her, but it may already be too late.
This Evil is old… And it always takes a life.
How to Kill a Celebrity is “sci-fi” at its darkest, taking its inspiration from The Twilight Zone, and, more specifically, the stories of Richard Matheson.
Available at Amazon for $0.99 (US).
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