The Taste of Women (2023)

After years of carnage and bloodshed, the world’s most notorious killer may have met her match.

For decades, she has eluded law enforcement, leaving a trail of death in her wake. Once again on the run, this time assuming the identity of horror novelist Katherine Bishop, she settles into rural southeast Texas, where she lures ghostwriter Arianta Collins to her new lair of hell.

Having only three months for Arianta to write her new book and then satisfy her insatiable cravings, things quickly spiral out of control as Katherine’s heart grows bigger than her stomach, blurring the lines between predator and prey.

Will Katherine be able to battle her internal moral compass and the challenges that arise, or will her reign of terror finally come to an end, not at the hands of the authorities, but by those closest to her?

“The Taste of Women” is a disturbing and chilling horror novel that explores the depths of human depravity and the complexities of morality. Follow Katherine’s dark journey in this heart-pounding tale of survival, temptation, and the horrors that lurk within.


Kidnapping, human killing, farm animal death, cannibalism, necrophilia, gore, drug usage, and graphic sex.

Audible Release Date: September 28, 2023
Narrator: Stayce Smith
Running Time: 6 hours and 40 minutes


“This was a chilling little story, full of just the right mix of horror, gore, sex and some dark humour!”

-The 5th Reader (Goodreads Reviewer)

“Brilliantly written, I’ve never read anything like it before. It’s full of twists and turns, you really won’t be disappointed. Absolutely loved it lol.”

-Gail (Goodreads Reviewer)

“I was impressed with the complexity of the plot. I would recommend the book to fellow horror fans.”

-Christopher (Goodreads Reviewer)

“Holy smokes! This was a crazy book to read. First off I couldn’t put it down. This isn’t the type of book I’ve ever read or had the internet in reading. But it was amazing!”

– Lorelei (Goodreads Reviewer)

“I mean, damn. This was a trip to read in the best possible way. The Taste of Women is the first sapphic horror I’ve read that was on the more extreme side, and I was not disappointed.”

-Katie (Goodreads Reviewer)

“This damned book. I never thought cannibal erotica would get me hot under the collar. But hey, I’m always learning new things about myself.”

-MC (Goodreads Reviewer)