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The Killing Collective: A Stanford Carter Murder Mystery Thriller: A Gripping, Stand Alone, Character-Driven FBI Crime Thriller Kindle Edition
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Generally speaking, I limit my crime stories to NCIS and Law & Order: SVU. I do read some detective stories on occasion, but it isn't the genre I am usually drawn to. However, I enjoyed this book and the police investigation aspects of it. Though it isn't really a tale about a government conspiracy theory, I absolutely loved the concept of the FBI and secret government involvement in trying to control the thoughts of the masses.
I won't give anything away, but I will say I didn't expect the ending. It was classic Gary Starta, for sure, and if Robin Firestone writes the same, then she has a new reader! I enjoy the deeper concepts Gary uses in his writing, and I am constantly impressed by his unique take on things.
I think what I enjoyed the most about this particular book was the characters. The relationship shared between Agent Deeprose, Seacrest, and Carter was likable, relatable, and something I think we all hope for when starting a new job. Surprisingly, I found I liked Seacrest above the rest because I love her tireless efforts to find the truth, to support those she loves, and to protect those who don't even realize they need protecting.
I recommend this story for readers drawn to crime stories, conspiracy theories, "who-done-it" detective novels, and if you are looking to read something akin to X-Files meets NCIS.
The style of the author is very enjoyable and the words have an excellent flow to them. I would highly recommend getting one of the these books. I enjoy the feel of the book at night in my bed and I also bought the kindle version for on the go. Even those who are slow to pick up a book will get engrossed into the tale.
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