- File Size: 2509 KB
- Print Length: 195 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: James Kipling Publication House (January 15, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 15, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GO6CHLY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,859 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hazel is a skillful and gifted police officer coming from a law enforcement family. She is assigned to a serial killer case, The Slitter Case. When Hazel’s brother Nate goes missing during an undercover assignment she starts to lose her grip with her emotions. It doesn’t help that her ex-boyfriend, Owen, a FBI field agent has shown up, which only causes further emotional turmoil. Her step-father, the chief of police, tries to keep her calm through all of this and remind her to be a police officer and not a freaked out sister. They must work out a plan of action and not rush absentmindedly into the unknown. Her intelligence and strength have to take her further than ever before as we anxiously await the final outcome.
Author James Kipling delivers another excellent suspense thriller. He crafts his story with masterful precision methodically releasing details that leave you guessing and never quite knowing where the story will end up. The ending is both brilliant and astonishing.
If you are interested in crime fiction new releases, kidnapping books, serial killer fiction kindle books or mafia fiction kindle books then this book is for you. It is a great read. I highly recommend it!
Fast paced and well-constructed, James Kipling weaves a suspenseful tale that twists and turns. It explodes onto the page with an almost savage delight using the prologue not only to set up the story, but to lay claim to the first victim we see. Only a few pages in and the feel of ‘The Slitter’ oozes across, the diabolical enjoyment he takes in torturing his murder victims, the care he takes in his assassinations and the brutal descriptions Kipling employs to pull us in.
Fans of mafia thrillers and well written crime fiction should put this new release at the top of your ‘to be read’ pile. If you are anything like me, you will stay up past your bedtime reading, just to answer the questions that swirl in your head…. “How did she get away?”
This book will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about kidnapping books, suspense books and thrillers in general. I applaud Kipling for this amazing work and I look forward to much more from this author.
So why four stars? Well, the author seems to have a problem with pronouns. If there's only one character being discussed on the page, all is well. 'She' did this - or 'she' didn't do that... we know who the 'she' is. But he makes no distinction as to who the 'she' is when two or more 'shes' are being written about in the same sentence or paragraph. It was very distracting and sometimes I had to re-read the sentence several times and really concentrate on which character he meant. That being said, the small problem with pronouns is FAR from being a deal-breaker. This is a book that no lover of mystery / suspense books should miss.