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The killer, only identified near the end of the book, is shown to us through his first person thoughts and actions, and is the book’s main character. NYPD officer Owen Cullen, who happens to live in Nassau County where the first killings occur, is a co-main protagonist – a sort of plain Joe who is torn between his sense of duty and obligations to his family.
Action is non-stop and nail-biting as the NYPD and FBI race to stop the killer, the 00.1% worry about who’ll be next, and the media (some of it) turns the events into a circus.
I received a free copy of I Kill Rich People by Mike Bogin for review. With the exception of a few grammatical gaffes, typos, and formatting glitches, it is a well-written thriller that addresses profound issues. The author does a good job of keeping the reader guessing, and the characters – even the killer who is not identified until very late in the book – are full dimensioned people with whom many of us can readily identify. Although I didn’t think it necessary, the author includes some discussion questions at the end of the book that are, I believe, intended to make readers think more deeply about the issues raised in the story.
Issues aside, a good read that I highly recommend for thriller fans.
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Good read! A little too much detail. Took some time to get into. Now I'm starting book 2 because I need to know "the rest of the story"Published 8 days ago by Albert Davenport
I particularly enjoyed this book due to the relevance it has to events happening in the US today.Published 1 month ago by Stone13
The concept and theme of this book, in general, is very good. The "thrill-action" parts are OK, and so is the setting/location decription. Up to here, all good... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JUAN SALAS
I found the book great up until the ending ,which left you hanging.I don't care for books that leave so many unanswered question
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Who knows if this novel just fiction or based on ??? The haves and have nots, military, police, politics within those organizations. Violence.Published 3 months ago by J. McMahan
This is a scam n do not buy this book if u are purchasing it to help Steven Avery. This book has nothing to do with fund going to his applets atternies.Published 3 months ago by Kirstyn j.
Very good book . Read it in 2 days. I'm upset with the second book, last 3 chapters should have been thought out more. Ending was terrible.Published 3 months ago by D ' Lila
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