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Author: Keith Rommel
Publisher: Enigma Press
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Suspense
My Thoughts after reading.... "You Killed My Brother"
"You Killed My Brother" by Keith Rommel was one of those reads that after reading it you will be left thinking that was truly a read of such bad tragedies that just kept on coming all the way to the end. You will simply not be able to take a breath for more worse to start happening. "You Killed My Brother" is truly one of those kind of read that will have you shaking your head and holding my breath and just saying and even asking did that just happen? Wow! This author really knows who to keep the audience attention with is fast pace that dealt with some very horrible criminals and law abiding citizens dealing with pain and loss. As I was reading "You Killed My Brother" I thought when would enough be enough because the way the read was going enough was never enough. It seem that after one chain reaction starting with Jennifer and her two daughters who were almost in a car accident to another one would start up another reaction and it will continue all the way till the end. Be ready for many twist and turns, mystery, murder and suspense all wrapped up with loss of action to give the reader a read that you will find hard to put down until the end only to get one scary horrible read. You will be left to think does this really happen...Am I dreaming? I will say that this author really jumped around a lot in this novel so you will have to keep up with what, who and what all is going on. I found the characters were a variety of mixture of flawed/good ones, believable, but mainly all were well portrayed and in the end you will get a thriller of a read. I am still dealing with the reality of does this really happen but I am sure deep down the answer is yes as you will see from the read just how and what justice really means to different people. "You Killed My Brother" was definitely a well written novel but it is not for the faint of heart. Be prepared to find the ending.... well this is the part I say you will have to pick up this novel to see for yourself.
I will say you ARE left with a lot of questions about the characters and what happens next, but I'm hoping they will be addressed in Book 2.
The only think that was a little confusing, was the focus would be on one character and then it would suddenly change to another. I would have to re-read a paragraph to see where it had actually changed focus. And toward the end, it changes more frequently because of the scene that is transpiring.
BUT, despite that, I loved the book and plan on reading Book 2 (when it comes out), as well as more of Rommel's work. Definitely recommend this to those who like CSI types of stories!
On her way to meet her husband, Ranier, Jennifer has a near collision with a violent gang member bent on ruining someone's day. Fearful for her safety as well as that of her family's, Jennifer fails to report the incident. As fate steps in, this one decision will destroy a handful of lives forever.
You Killed My Brother instantly captured my attention as I was drawn into the tangled web that inevitably leads to unyielding loss. The story focuses on cause and reaction, showing how every choice we make often affects many lives. The quick pace and intriguing story make this a difficult book to put down. I highly recommend picking up a copy of You Killed My Brother.