SERIAL KILLER is a modern day thriller with Old Testament 'eye for a eye' justice - a revenge novel for the 21st century. For decades now, serial killers have taken centre-stage in the news and entertainment media. The coverage of real-life murderers such as Dennis Neilson and Ted Bundy has transformed them into ghoulish celebrities. Taylor Shelley was a mass murderer who genuinely believed she had a licence to kill. She wasn't just a executioner, but the newest member of a rare breed, the female serial killer. Her life had been ruined by 8 teenage boys. Each of them in turn will pay for the abuse they put her through. Taylor is determined to carve a path of revenge that will take each one down. Taylor is a woman seeking justice and goes on the rampage, believing that the only way to kill the pain, was to wipe out the source. Payback was brutal and bloody. Inspired by the historical sex crimes of Sir Jimmy Saville, Gary Glitter and Rolf Harris, she killed 8 times in six weeks. Her last and most famous victim was a well-known politician, who has climbed the ranks, riding on the coattails of his father-in-law. But Taylor knew what he was really like and he would be her Grand Finale.They started it, and she would end it.
GARRY JOHNSON is one of Punk Rock's most enduring and colorful characters. He first appeared as a Poet in the 1980s and has since been a singer, a Rock & Roll Manager, a showbiz tabloid journalist and a professional scammer. More recently he has found a new level of fame and admiration as songwriter for Swedish rocker Soren Sulo Karlsson and for surviving 5 heart attacks and life-saving Triple heart bypass operation. His has been a life lived on the edge. A real-life x-rated soap opera lived in the glare of publicity. Punk Rock Stories And Tabloid Tales traces his JOURNEY from the BACK STREETS OF East London to West End night clubs and The Houses Of Parliament. This is the fascinating and true story of a genuine Cockney Rebel who infiltrated Fleet Street and the world of Showbiz. A man described by music writer Dominic Warwick as "Charles Dickens for the Punk Generation". Gal's words painted vivid pictures of rebel youth growing up in a world portrayed by low-life politicians. His poems and song lyrics were a window to a teenage underworld of unemployment, violence and fast drugs. But he balanced that nihilism with a passion for life and a raging social conscience. Garry hated bigotry as much as he despised what passed for authority. He was the real voice of the street and his book of poems 'Boys Of The Empire' is considered a classic piece of writing.