When it comes to the art of horror, where do you start? How can that formula be changed? Is it in letters like H20 for water or in a group of symbols? Maybe they are just numbers put together to express information concisely and to the point. I know I wouldn’t know where to start, but I have come across a writer who might have the answers.
Roger S. Williams certainly captures the reader in this great thriller, love, mystery and murder novel “Formula for Terror.” Here we follow the adventure of a young policeman, Jan Obermeyer. He’s gotten a new position with the Creighton Police Department. She is immediately mocked by fellow officers due to her quick acceptance to her post. He learned very quickly that not everyone was happy with his progress. However, it is this officer’s place to keep his focus on why he is there. He learned immediately that a series of murders had taken place that left the town frightened and in an uproar.
Officer Obermeyer’s abilities began to race like adrenaline when she began investigating the cases. He was first only in his spare time to find out what had been going on and then with his fellow officers in the line of duty. His incredible skills soon became a great asset as he went through the scenes and wrote his reports. Her quick eyes and “haunches” soon made her one of the top officers in the cases. Now, for the other officers already working on the case, this just didn’t sit well with them. So little that she knew behind his back that they began to investigate the investigator.
The suspense builds as you embark on chapter after chapter of this book. We see a few times when Officer Jan simply escaped being the next victim. She couldn’t let her “rookie” skills get the better of her. The killer attacks again and again, and Officer Jan finds herself on the scene with her adrenaline pumping.
Sometimes she was the first to arrive. Your artistic skills move into action as you examine the scenes and direct others on what to do next.
You must follow closely to see who the murderer is. Characters float from chapter to chapter for you to get lost. But Officer Obermeyer’s quick discernment will soon get him back on track and he’ll soon be able to see who the psychopath is. The characters can be anyone from a soccer hero, a wounded lover, or even one of the police officers.
Scene after scene you will come across mutilated bodies that will make you frown. Kidnappings and murders are also decreasing. City officials are trying to make sense of all the madness, so they must call in others to help them solve the case.
Let’s follow Roger S. Williams as he leads us down the path of drugs, gang life, torture, and murder. Now let’s see what this formula is about.