Thursday, October 9, 2014

PEOPLE WHO NEED TO DIE serves up delightful vengeance

Washington, D.C. (October 8, 2014): Award-winning filmmaker Victor Rook gives us a rare glimpse into his wonderfully diabolical mind with this collection of satirical horror story shorts. In People Who Need To Die the year is 2021, and people are fed up. The World Order Alliance allows "selective" homicides to reestablish a more peaceful society. A few of the targets: Bad Drivers, Distracted Cell Phone Users, Spammers, Internet Trolls, Litterbugs, Horrible Bosses, Black Friday Shoppers, and more.
The book will be available on Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook, as well as paperback, in time for Halloween 2014 and beyond. 200 pp.

Review: "Clever, funny, shocking, and cheerfully vindictive." 
-Tom Shales, Pulitzer prize-winning TV critic

Author Bio:
Victor Rook has produced several award-winning films, as well as written and edited several books. His nature film Beyond the Garden Gate aired on PBS for four years and won two Telly awards. Recent books include People Who Need To Die, a collection of satirical horror stories; In Search of Good Times, a story about a man who believes that the TV sitcom families from "All in the Family" and "Good Times" are real; and Musings of a Dysfunctional Life, a humorous and poignant compilation of everyday mid-life musings. All books and videos are available on and

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1 comment:

  1. Victor has written the book we all could have written, but didn't. He gives voice to the thoughts of vengeance that fill our minds almost every time we go out in public. Victor has spoken for people all over the world who have to put up with moeheads of every description. I'd vote for him for President in an instant!