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The author is something of an artiste at character development, and is nearly as good at setting scenes, and moving the story forward. There is a LOT of character development. By the 30% mark, I was wondering when something relevant would happen with about half of the characters we had met. I wondered the same at 40% and 50% and 60%. Yet, it’s all done so well, I couldn’t complain.
I would take issue with some operational details relating to the FBI, except that, as creative license, they did add flair to the story.
Caveats -- I guess if someone picks up a book about a serial killer, some gore and depravity will be expected. At least it was less disturbing than when I used to watch “Criminal Minds.” The reader also gets an in-depth look at the tawdry life of a high-priced prostitute. And, there’s a fair bit of foul language.
There are occasional typos, and a few word misuses (this was not my only recent read that had a character stepping on the ‘breaks’), and the author tended to use ‘only’ in awkward ways. Not bad.
Detective Harry and his co worker who's a forensic specialist need to solve Strawberries case, who is he? Where is he? What do the Strawberries mean? I loved this story although there were 2 characters I never did know what they had to do with the story. But they were interesting characters. This story is truly raw and graphic in every detail of gore.
This book was so vividly written I swear in my mind's eye the DJ's voice on the radio was clear and bold. Death has come to small town USA and it is accompanied by Strawberries. I'd like to say this was the best horror I have read by someone who doesn't have the last name King.
I love the courage it must have taken this author to write such gore filled scenes, in today's critical day and ge of so many haters of success. Too many times things that are omitted from a book depends on the sensitive critic of youth. You cannot write horror without suspense, gore, and blood and please the fans. You cannot write a book proving the wrong of slavery without showing those who were racist as well as those enslaved. So I believe this author went above and beyond in an accurate portrayal of how bad, bad can really be.This book demonstrated the depths of a sick twisted mind, someone who both inflicted and endured pain from others and from himself.I cannot give this book enough praise to do it justice, I wish I actually owned a copy it deserves a place of honor on my shelves, it's rare I say OMG in a horror book but I had a lot of those moments in Strawberries. It could end up as my fav book of 2018.
I was given an ebook copy of this and asked for a fair honest review. Thank you so much the books like this one is how I get through the so so, or really bad ones.
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It was like watching a quilter sew a crazy quilt. Strange pieces joined together and when finished the reader can see the artistry.