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The body is found at the downtown mall, an unidentified male victim. Soon after, a second victim is found, and Luke connects the cases with a cold murder case abroad. As Luke becomes engrossed in the killer’s wicked play, he realizes he might be battling true evil.
The tension had a slow build up, but I like that – the action wasn’t immediate, but rather you get a suspenseful feeling that lingers under your skin for the duration of the book, and you realize you can only relax when you’ve finished reading. A slow-burning thriller that will appeal to fans of the mystery genre. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Unfortunately, while the synopsis of this book was intriguing, the actual text falls short. The complete absurdity of the way in which the lead character conducts his "investigation" of the crime almost led me to believe this was actually a comedy narrative. (Spoiler alert: I'm actually shocked the lead character isn't suspended indefinitely by the end of the first quarter of the book.) Strange capitalization and the odd use of abbreviations in certain portions of the text distracted me as I tried to decipher the usage.
At times, it seems as though the author was distracted as he wrote and went off on unrelated tangents using excessively descriptive phrases - that had nothing to do with the plot. Characters are thrown into the mix to fill stereotypical roles with little or no development.
I wish the author the best of luck in developing future works!
This book is written in the first person.
Detective Luke McGinty is called to the scene of a murder in Charlottesville, Virginia. The mutilated man is so far unidentified. McGinty gets the idea to go to church seeking ideas and possible clues to the total mutilation of his victim. He suspects that the murder might have religious aspects.
This book moves very slowly. It mostly consists of Detective McGinty wandering around and bumping into things like a moth on a hot light bulb.
I want to thank NetGalley and Independent Book Publishers Association (IPBA), Members Titles for forwarding this book to me to read.
My copy came from Net Galley. My review is my own and my opinions are my own.