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I could not believe after the first one, with eyeballs nailed to the wall, Prescott just went home and slept with his girlfriend like nothing had happened. Even after the second one, within a few hours he was acting like nothing was going on. Unbelievable. His bedding of so many women, seeming unconcern for the ones killed and his continued smart mouth left me in the cold. I just could not continue reading.
If you like a book with a lot of violence and gore, bodies cut into little pieces and eyes gone then this is the book for you. Don't expect much police work, just violence, eating, dating, talking and smart talk. Just not for me.
Thomas Prescott is a retired detective who was thought to have solved a series of grisly murders the year before, killing the murderer. He was shot and nearly drowned in the process. When the same type of murders start again a year later, he is pulled in to help solve the case. He starts to wonder if there isn't a relationship to the murders that he thought he had solved the previous year.
I probably would not read another book by this author.
And I thought Thomas Prescott was a self absorbed, smart aleck jerk. At the height of the murder spree, he abandons the protection of potential victims to shack up with a woman he initially hated. The plot development depends more on luck than skillful thought given by the author.