Smut by Matt Micheli 

  

Smut

By Matt Micheli

Genre: Psychological (Transgressive with strong sexual encounters and hints of horror)

Brief Description:

On the outside, Sam has it all: money, good-looks, youth. His life is fueled by an endless supply of drugs, alcohol, sex–anything and everything to keep his mind off of what he struggles to keep hidden away: a troubled past as well as recurring disturbing psychotic visions. Strange things begin to happen to Sam causing his diagnosed anxiety to grow into paranoia. To make things worse, brutally mutilated bodies are being discovered around the city and no one seems to care.Experiencing what it is to come full-fledge into adulthood–love, lust, loss, rejection, denial–Sam realizes money and good looks aren’t everything and sometimes what you’re running from is closer than you think.

Review 

What a dark, wicked read.

 Sam basically has it all, with his good looks and his money, nothing is stopping him, until… Then the bodies start showing up.

This book just keeps delivering. I was so caught in Sam’s world, it was hard to stop! This is a wild ride indeed! 

Author Bio:

  
Matt Micheli is a writer out of Austin, TX, Wild Card Winner of the 2012 Halloween Book Festival. He has several fiction and non-fiction pieces featured in various literary magazines and is a multi-contributor to ManArchy Magazine, Revolt Daily, and Paragraph Line. He is a loving husband and father by night and takes on one of many corporate-America faces by day. You will find him either behind his computer writing words or at the nearest bar, either way with a stiff cocktail close by..

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattmicheliworld?fref=nf

Twitter: https://twitter.com/micheliworld

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B004GN70IC

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4112558.Matt_Micheli

Website: http://www.mattmicheli.com

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