Only Psychos by Daniel Volpe

Severe snowstorms have developed into strong winds, freezing temperatures and power outages that blanket sections of small town America. This rare force of nature has induced a combination of unusual characters to gather and take shelter at a remote inn called the Elk Dale Hotel. As the brutal blizzard rages on, the guests must not only endure the harsh elements of ice and snow but also survive a night of carnage and predatory affliction.

Author Daniel Volpe does it again. Only Psychos brings together some of the most distasteful and evil characters in today’s fiction. From drug addicts to serial killers to amateur porn stars, this grisly collection of literary villains find themselves within four hotel walls constructed of domestic violence and a fondness for killing. The innocent and unknowing are ushered towards death rather than life. This common theme throughout the book develops into horrific hotel vacancies for the readers to experience first hand.

Volpe works his intellectual magic by placing the humanity aspect of his story at such a disturbing level one can’t help but feel the torment, humiliation and shame that is established early on. This pain and heartbreak adds a thick layer of brutal childhood memories coming from all damaged characters involved.
Tortured inflictions & human waste & rotting flesh, oh my! Daniel Volpe seems to have a kindred spirit with the tormented souls of the damned. Reservations for his readers at the Elk Dale Hotel comes with an isolated bouquet of trigger warnings and a severed pinky left on your pillow. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ bone-chilling winter storm Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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