Sunday, January 16, 2011

CBR III Review #18: Single White Psychopath Seeks Same (Adventures of Andrew Mayhem) by Jeff Strand

CBR III Review #18: Single White Psychopath Seeks Same (Adventures of Andrew Mayhem)  by Jeff Strand

Andrew Mayhem, returns in Single White Psychopath Seeks Same, a sequel to Strand's earlier work, Graverobbers Wanted: No Experience Necessary.   This novel comes 18 months after Graverobbers Wanted (No Experience Necessary) and once again Andrew Mayhem approached in a coffee shop to help someone with a "small" favor in exchange for some money.  Andrew apparently didn't learn his lesson the first time around and once again he finds himself in an impossible situation surrounded by psychopaths. This time the psychopath killers that  have a created a mansion in the Alaska wilderness for the sole purpose of torturing, disfiguring, and murdering helpless prisoners.

If you enjoyed Graverobbers Wanted: No Experience Necessary then you'll enjoy Single White Psychopath Seeks Same.  It has the same tone and hilarious dialogue all mixed in with a decent amount of blood, gore and sadism. However, if the tongue and cheek type of dialogue is not your type of humor than you will absolutely hate this book.

Here is a brief excerpt to help one decide if this author is for them:  "Sometimes you wake up in the morning and you just know it's going to be the kind of day where you end up tied to a chair in a filthy garage while a pair of tooth-deprived lunatics torment you with a chainsaw. So as I struggled against the ropes, I can't say I was all that surprised."
I really enjoy the Andrew Mayhem novels and I hope Jeff Strand keeps them coming in the following years.

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