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Silent Slaughter (Lee Campbell Book 4) Kindle Edition
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The first known victim is Lisa Adler found in the back of Shinbourne Alley with a note addressed to Butts and friends from the Professor. Forensics Linguistics Specialist Elena Krieger says the culprit is enjoying himself and uses sophisticated amusing language as the Professor plays a game in which he sets the rules. He also removed a finger from the victim. Cop Jimmy Chen and his autistic brother Barry join the investigation.
Although serial killers running rampart are the repeat theme in this exciting series (see Silent Kills, Silent Victims and Silent Screams), the cast makes it fresh as Leonard, Elena, Barry and the Professor bring diverse eccentricities to the investigation. The storyline is fast-paced from the moment Butts and Campbell eat bagels while discussing the first note and never slows down until the final confrontation of a literary predator.
and his autistic brother who plays a big part in the novel. We still are getting clues to Lee's missing
sister throughout. I thought she developed further the personality of Det Butts. Hopefully we'll get an
end to Lee's missing Sister in the next novel. Very well written! Lookinf forward to the next installment!
wordy with things not relating to the mystery or the plot. There was too much detail about the characters homes,
family lives, etc.
I did enjoy the main character, and tend to disagree with reviewers who felt they should have read the other books in
this series first. I didn't feel like the author packed too much in about the previous books at all, or left out too much
information. As a book in a series, I think the author did a good job.
Not a "stay up all night" story, but a decent mystery/suspense read.