Unable to convince her husband they are ready to become parents, trophy wife Erika decides to buy a puppy. She heads into rural Missouri in search of a Yorkie pup, only to find more than dogs caged in the barn of a secluded puppy mill... After the death of her mother, Bobbie Jean finds herself living with her aunt and uncle at their rural farm. Without many options, she begins to sell her body to anyone to turn a quick buck. But when she discovers Uncle Levi's dirty secret in the barn, Bobby Jean must decide whether to join the family business. qIf you like hardcore, and I mean Hardcore with a capital 'H, ' horror with purpose, and are able to find the value in movies like Hostel and can appreciate the tenor of stories like American Psycho, then you will absolutely love this book.q aCheryl Anne Gardner, POD People qThis was a fun book! Okay, so I know it was horror and I don't know if I'm supposed to think it was fun, but it was. It has some twists and turns that are expected, but the author takes these expectations and bends them into something else. Williams really owns them. He does such a wonderful job of allowing the characters to speak for themselves and by the end of the book, the suspension of disbelief is still gnawing at your brain. I would definitely rec it.q aSaranna DeWylde, author of How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days qBrett Williams is a writer who hooks the reader from the first sentence and holds that interest until the last. With Williams, you are guaranteed to be entertained.q aMark Allan Gunnells, author of The Quarry qBottom line, Family Business will not be for everyone, but for those with a literary taste for this kind of vicious, bloody, no-holds-barred horror, it's practically a must-read.q aMark Allen, author of The Assassin's PrayerDammit, life fucking sucked. Then, as she rubbed more tears from her eyes, the car began to sputter and cough. Everything went silent; the orange aquot;Check Engineaquot; light began to flash, and the steering suddenly became stiff. aquot;Just fucking great.
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