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I was NOT prepared for vulgar language, obscene, crude or lewd comments and remarks, the scenes where a character is fighting to keep from being raped or any of the other miscellaneous explicit sex scenes in a series like this. Most thriller authors stay away from this type of material for a reason.
These stories could have been written without the aforementioned content — it added nothing to the plot and only succeeded offending me as a woman and a victim. I bought all four books, so I am publishing my review on all four books — I have been informed that this is my right. I am very pleased that these are "verified reviews" so they will not just disappear into thin air!
This author should be embarrassed to sink to the depths of a rank cesspool and write garbage like this. It might not bother some readers, but why risk alienating potential readers by choosing this most unnecessary content? This could have easily been 5-star review(s) IF the explicit material was not included.
I am sure Mr. Winters does not care what one reader thinks or if that reader gives him a 1-star review — he has enough glowing reviews here. The thrillers I read are usually "as advertised" this series was NOT. Not only will I never buy another book by Larry A. Winters, I would NOT recommend this author.
I am not only writing this from my position as a woman, but from my position as a victim of a violent crime that remains unsolved.