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William Phelps takes readers into the twisted world of “the Optimist,” a sadistic serial killer - based on Phelps's ten years of research and writing about serial killers - bent on not only terrorizing his young female victims, leaving their naked bodies along Boston's Freedom Trail, but also driving Detective Jake “Sundance” Cooper to the edge of insanity as the cop fights to redeem his imploding career.
They all have names like (my personal favourite) Carry On Screaming and Baby Club (the first rule of Baby Club you try your best to forget you've ever been to Baby Club) What is usually served up at these events are films that aren't too taxing on the grey matter, the sort of celluloid mulch that has cinema programmers working on the premise that most of the captive audience have had their grey matter rotted away through both sleep deprivation and months teetering on the edge of insanity.
Romance has lost its way in our country because we have lost our comfort zone and were pushed to the edge of insanity by the chronic decline of our society.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] If one excludes his portrayals of Africans, the faces in Nolde's paintings after 1909 are often disquieting, as if they are on the edge of insanity or have tilted over into madness.
He is chillingly, mesmerisingly sinister, forever teetering on the edge of insanity.
Out of the mist, apparently generated by a botched military experiment, emerge some of the nastiest monsters imaginable - giant flying bugs of the ickiest, squirmiest kind, huge clawed tentacles that can reach in and tear away huge chunks of human flesh, giant shadowy creatures hundreds of feet high - and their extreme violence and malevolence drives the characters to the edge of insanity.
He once drove volatile playing partner Rory Sabbatini to the edge of insanity with his slow golf.
That's because she's made a career of playing such characters: crazy Fran in Black Books, selfdoubting Alice in Love Soup and, most famously, Dr Caroline Todd in Green Wing who, despite being extremely likeable, often teeters on the edge of insanity.