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The Sirens of Suspense

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

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TAYLOR STEVENS is the award-winning New York Times bestselling author of The Informationist, The Innocent and The Doll. Featuring Vanessa Michael Munroe, the series has received critical acclaim and the books are published in twenty languages. The Informationist has been optioned for film by James Cameron's production company, Lightstorm Entertainment. Born in New York State, and into the Children of God, raised in communes across the globe and denied an education beyond sixth grade, Stevens was in her twenties when she broke free to follow hope and a vague idea of what possibilities lay beyond. She now lives in Texas, and is at work on a fourth Munroe novel.

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http://www.taylorstevensbooks.com/

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The characters we love to hate, the bane of our hero's existence, rotten to the core – they’re none other than our beloved villains. For every Superman or Batman, there’s always a Lex Luthor or Joker not far behind to wreak havoc. Villains not only cause trouble but they also drive and inspire our protagonists to help others, making them into our classic cherished heroes and heroines. These baddies have only gotten more twisted and evil throughout history, and The Doll Maker from Taylor Stevens’s The Doll is no exception. Heroine Vanessa “Michael” Munroe must escape and combat this shadowy, sinister sex trafficker to save women and girls from future harm. He’s one bad baddie who pushes Munroe to make a choice either to condemn one high-profile woman into a fate similar to her past or to torture and kill the one person she loves above all else.

Here is a list of the top villains in literature who continue to terrify even after the cover is closed.

 

The Baddest Baddies: Worst Villains in Fiction

         The Doll – The Doll Maker

         The Hunger Games – President Snow/Panem Government

         The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo – Nils Bjurman

         No County for Old Men – Anton Chigurh

         American Psycho – Patrick Bateman

         Sherlock Holmes – Professor Moriarty

         The Lovely Bones – George Harvey

         Red Dragon/The Silence of the Lambs – Hannibal Lecter

         Hamlet – Claudius

         Othello – Iago

         Dracula – Count Dracula

         Misery (Stephen King) – Annie Wilkes

         One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – Nurse Rached

         Psycho – Norman Bates

         Oliver Twist – Bill Sikes

         Harry Potter – Lord Voldemort

         Paradise Lost – Satan

         Frankenstein – The Monster

         The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – The White Witch

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AGREE? DISAGREE? WHO WOULD YOU ADD TO THE LIST? Tell us by commenting below or on our Facebook page and you’ll be entered to win a a copy of Taylor's latest, THE DOLL! (U.S. entrants only, please.)

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