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- Print Length: 246 pages
- Publisher: Caffeine Nights Publishing (September 8, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 8, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00980Q6QK
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #538,536 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Heart of the Demon: The first DS Hunter Kerr thriller from the best selling series (D.S. Hunter Kerr Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Other Kerr novels have revolved around serious yet realistic crimes. In this case, the criminal is too criminal, too warped to be believable and ends up coming across a little one-dimensional which is unusual for a Fowler character.
It's almost as if The Joker suddenly appeared in an Agatha Christie novel.
Well, perhaps not that bad... and the rest of the story, cast and atmosphere was good enough for me to give it four stars although 3.5 would have been much more apt.
Another good read with likeable main characters.
This book, like the others I have read needs some careful editing:
There were too many incorrectly used possessive apostrophies.
Some words used incorrectly:
if I were taking the mess she wouldn't tell me anything else - should it be taking the piss? Location 734
A few elements of the plot stretched belief e.g. concerning Kerr's father. I can't go into detail because it would be a spoiler.
Another odd bit in the plot: A girl Sarah is mentioned three times in the story and we are given to understand that a certain character is her father but he never mentions what happened to her - she is just left dangling in the plot.
Aaand: One of the girls is tricked into going with the killer would she leave her younger sister to go home by herself to an empty house?
I would love to know what the author meant at location 493 - sold themselves out to Home Office bureaucracy.
clues another body is found and the hunt is on.
This is a great read from start to finish. No let up in the action
while the author introduces readers to all the characters yet keeping the identity of the killer secret to the end.
I just love a story that has likeable characters,it makes reading so much more enjoyable, Hunter Kerr is one great detective and his partner Grace Marshall is such a nice character.They both are up against a serial killer that is very brutal and the story flowed so well I was finished before I knew it,then I found that there are a few others so at 2 am I was looking through Amazon hunting down the next book called Cold Death so now I am about to start that.Anyhow I highly recommend this book to any one that loves a good detective story about serial killers.
Thanks for a great book.
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