Monday, March 23, 2020

Ten top morally bankrupt narrators in fiction

Samantha Downing currently lives in New Orleans.

My Lovely Wife is her first novel. (See: The Page 69 Test: My Lovely Wife.)

Her new novel, He Started It, is coming soon.

At CrimeReads, Downing tagged ten of fiction's most morally bankrupt narrators, including:
The Good Son by You-Jeong Jeong

Yu-jin wakes up to find himself covered in blood and it’s not his. The blood belongs to his mother, who has been murdered. He also has epilepsy, and the seizures cause memory blackouts. Over the course of the three days, Yu-jin tries to find out what happened and, at the same time, reveals his relationship with his mother. Fair warning: This disturbing, claustrophobic story is graphic and violent.
Read about the other entries on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue